Apparently Trinidadians buy raw coconuts from Guyana, process it and thene resell it to Guyanese. Druggie loves this strategy and thinks that it makes excellent business sense. He then wails that Guyanese with education must migrate because they cannot find work in Guyana.
If Guyanese pick coconuts and Trinidadians process them, brand them, market them and get more value added then clearly Trinidad will offer more opportunities for ambitious Guyanese than Guyana itself.
Trinidadian business people are more innovative and risk oriented than their Guyanese counterparts. I can say the same for Jamaicans. Interestingly enough even the stick in the mud conservative Bajans are also ahead. Guyanese slurp down Bajan fruit juices when 40 years ago we exported them to Barbados.
Druggie then screams that Guyanese will prefer a Bajan product or a T&T product ahead of their own. Not likely.
If it was profitable business model in Guyana, jackass Granger and his cohorts would have already done so. So don't keep blaming the IndoG for the lack of manufacturing. You go and spend your money and effort and then come back and give a report of how well you are doing.