Friday, October 9, 2009

Guyanese supposed to suffer whilst Trini company grapples for more profit!

Guyana's construction boom requires a reliable source of adequate supplies of cement, therefore, if Trinidad Cement Limited and its Guyana subsidiary cannot meet this demand, the government must allow other imports.

T.C.L continuously demonstrates its unreliability and five CARICOM countries have had their economies negatively impacted by the unavailability of cement.

As a result, the GOG has had to resort to a waiver of the CET to allow importers to meet the demands for cement.
What can be so wrong about this?

1 comment:

  1. Of course there are many uncertainties too. The most important risk is perhaps a slowdown in the Global economy. Growth in the region would still be slower than the expansion of the world economy as a whole, but TCL's actions are compounding our efforts at regional integratioon and this should be stopped.