Ambassador Lynch Remarks at AMCHAM Guyana Recognition Gala

On the business side, I know that AmCham has helped its members find office space, get registered, and find employees. All of this practical assistance is needed for new and growing businesses. I also know that networking events have been organized, as well as collaborative meetings with other private sector organizations and government officials. Advocacy ...
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U.S. Embassy and AMCHAM Guyana Host Guyanese Senior Citizens for Thanksgiving

“It is a joy to share the tradition with Guyana, whose people treat U.S. diplomats not as foreigners, but with open arms and a warm welcome. The first Thanksgiving celebrated the bounty of the fall harvest just as we celebrate the bounty of our friendships with the people of Guyana”, said the Ambassador.
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Ambassador Lynch Delivers Remarks at AmCham Guyana 1st Annual General Meeting

AmCham’s tangible accomplishments in such a short period of time lend themselves to reflections about what you can achieve down the road.  These aspirations start with changes that are just around the corner or more accurately 120 miles offshore and 3,660 meters under the seabed.  With the arrival of ExxonMobil’s Liza Destiny - and what ...
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Ambassador Lynch Delivers Remarks at GMSA Business Luncheon

You can constantly advocate for regular public disclosure of the investment objectives of the NRF, its funding, withdrawals, and spending, as well as other pertinent information, to help ensure that there is no misuse of the Fund and that all of Guyana benefits from its operation.
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National Milling Company (Namilco) Celebrates 50th Anniversary

Namilco has had a strong relationship with the U.S. government, and has been part Guyana’s social and economic landscape for a very long time.  Six decades ago, Namilco was a key player in the implementation of U.S. government international food assistance program called P.L. 480 (four-eighty).   
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Chargé d’Affaires addresses Essequibo Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner

There will be an unimaginable amount of revenue (profits and royalties) coming into the country.  But, to be honest, we know from observing other economies that revenues can be fleeting, whether coming in or going out.  How can the Government of Guyana ensure that every cent of the monies will be used to the direct ...
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Remarks by Deputy Chief of Mission Terry Steers-Gonzalez at the Inaugural Guyana Oil and Gas Conference and Expo 2017

  Back in December, at the Guyana Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s (GCCI) Annual Gala, it was my privilege to last share the stage with Minister Trotman.  He announced at that event the great advances several industries – gold, diamonds, bauxite – had made in 2016 and committed to put before the government in early ...
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Remarks by Deputy Chief of Mission at GCCI’s Annual Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony: “Petroleum: Stewarding Prosperity in the Future Guyana”

Thank you and the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) for the opportunity to address all of you on such a special occasion. As one of the oldest organizations in Guyana representing the private sector, GCCI and its members are in a prime position to advocate for the growth of Guyana’s economy and the ...
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