Reply to "Asian wood companies told to start value added production or face contract termination"

Originally Posted by Demerara_Guy:
As part of their contracts, both companies were obligated to establish and operate timber-processing plants.
 
Neither company has followed through on their commitments, though they continue to harvest logs for exportation.
 
Asian wood companies told to start value added production or face contract termination, Wednesday, 29 July 2015 15:03, Written by 
 

Perhaps, Trotman believes that a project can be constructed, tested and then be in operation in a short time.


Perhaps the Asians need to tell Guyanese why they promised to perform value added production since the PPP gave them their licenses, and many years later, show no evidence that they are going to do as they said that they would do.

 

Trotman is telling them to live up to the conditions that they promised to undertake.

 

In fact failing to perform value added can be seen as a breach of contract, enabling the gov't to void the license.  Trotman is giving them time to come with a plan.  These Asians can do what they want very quickly, but they want to treat Guyana this way, as the Africans tossed them out, as have the Indonesians.  Brazil will not tolerate this, so that leaves Guyana.

 

Its really sad that Guyana is such a racially divided nation that the Indo KKK would actively support the exploitation of Guyana just because they vex that the PPP no longer runs their Little Indesh.

Last edited by caribny

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