Latin Trade Week. Day 1. “Guyana, Growth Champion” (Video)

How does the world’s fastest-growing economy, Guyana, plan to use its new oil and gas wealth to build sustainable prosperity for its population? How will it avoid falling victim to the resource curse? How will it create a business environment to promote balanced, non-oil-dependent growth?
  • Hon. Dr. Ashni Singh, Minister of Finance of Guyana


  • .Jason Marczak Director of the Atlantic Council’s Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center


Find the video here.


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