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Mars posted:
Drugb posted:
Mars posted: 

Read the lies that the Ram Goat was trying to pass off. That's what I'm responding to.

Please, people were suffering in Guyana for years and you clowns chanted that they were going to the moon. You really think that suffering only started in Guyana after 2015? Read Gilly's report on poverty in Guyana posted in this thread.

The people will decide come 2020, you from afar can't dictate to them that their lives have been enriched by PNC based on cooked up numbers and exaggerated claims by PNC book cookers.  

Of course the people will decide like they always do. I never once claimed that I can influence the masses in Guyana to vote one way or another. I've always said that I'm just a commentator on a forum that hardly anyone in Guyana is aware of its existence. The people there thought that the PPP was too corrupt and they kicked them out on their asses. No one can match the PPP book cookers, those who came into office ketchin hire car and now driving Lexus and living in exclusive mansions such as those in Pradoville. Ultimately, come 2020, they will decide who they want to lead them into the future. Life goes on for me one way or the other.

All the screaming about ppp corruption and yet no ppp jailed after 3 years.  At least if these jackasses catch a few of them and retrieve taxpayers dollars stolen they would have come credibility. Instead pnc bais immediately pursued filling their own pockets after ascending to office and made a sham of hunting down ppp, with socu bais along with Clive Thomas kicking back and collecting paychecks with no results. Yet you continue to sing their praises which is not surprising given how the yall teamed up with Burnham in PNC phase 1 to send the nation into 28 years of demise. Now from afar you still hustling to kill of the country with PNC at the helm while you enjoy the benefits of the 1st world.

Tola posted:

You people have warped brains from mars. See a doctor before you hurt yourself. 

Did Scotia bank not also indicated selling their banking operations, due to  banking reasons, in Anguilla, Antigua, Grenada, St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Marteen, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, including Guyana.

You two make an excellent loaded pair in a manhole.  

Changing regulations cause many banks to re-evaluate their presence in certain markets and what businesses they want to get into.  Happens all the time, even in the USA.  When I lived us Swiss many local and kantonal banks terminated all US holder accts and divested US holdings due to FATCA.  RBC left Guyana since the PPP days.  These are business decisions, not political.

Drugb posted:
Mars posted:
Drugb posted:
Mars posted: 

Read the lies that the Ram Goat was trying to pass off. That's what I'm responding to.

Please, people were suffering in Guyana for years and you clowns chanted that they were going to the moon. You really think that suffering only started in Guyana after 2015? Read Gilly's report on poverty in Guyana posted in this thread.

The people will decide come 2020, you from afar can't dictate to them that their lives have been enriched by PNC based on cooked up numbers and exaggerated claims by PNC book cookers.  

Of course the people will decide like they always do. I never once claimed that I can influence the masses in Guyana to vote one way or another. I've always said that I'm just a commentator on a forum that hardly anyone in Guyana is aware of its existence. The people there thought that the PPP was too corrupt and they kicked them out on their asses. No one can match the PPP book cookers, those who came into office ketchin hire car and now driving Lexus and living in exclusive mansions such as those in Pradoville. Ultimately, come 2020, they will decide who they want to lead them into the future. Life goes on for me one way or the other.

All the screaming about ppp corruption and yet no ppp jailed after 3 years.  At least if these jackasses catch a few of them and retrieve taxpayers dollars stolen they would have come credibility. Instead pnc bais immediately pursued filling their own pockets after ascending to office and made a sham of hunting down ppp, with socu bais along with Clive Thomas kicking back and collecting paychecks with no results. Yet you continue to sing their praises which is not surprising given how the yall teamed up with Burnham in PNC phase 1 to send the nation into 28 years of demise. Now from afar you still hustling to kill of the country with PNC at the helm while you enjoy the benefits of the 1st world.

I have to agree on this point.  The PNC shoot themselves in the foot by failing to deliver.   They promised a lot but wasted no time in fattening themselves.  Now the PPP making all the promises which they themselves failed to deliver.  PPP now looking shine and will benefit from the PNC failures.  

The PNC lost their way before they can even find their bearings!

Django posted:
Gilbakka posted:
Django posted:

have you any stats on poverty, you can share on GNI.

Gilly aiding Billy:

http://gbpi.institute/2017/08/...sic-costs-of-living/

Thank you !!

Gilly, Good Morning !!! was a little busy yesterday.The articles on this site is written by Dhanraj Singh an Economist. Some of the articles seems to be written for propaganda purposes.

Never the less  was able to find the link to   WHO  and got a copy of the 

G U Y A N A P O V E R T Y R E D U C T I O N   ST R A T E G Y  P A P E R  2 0 1 1 - 2 0 1 5

here is the link  https://www.mindbank.info/item/6053

Here is a piece from the paper, poverty is among all ethnicity, these figures are alarming, taking int consideration the population of Guyana is just above 750,000.

ETHNIC POVERTY PROFILE

The four ethnic groups in Guyana which make up almost all of the population are Africans, Amerindians, East Indians and Mixed groups. Poverty rates are similarly below the national average among Afro-Guyanese (31.6%), Indo-Guyanese (30.0%) and the mixed population (33.7%).

Comparable head count ratios from the previous World Bank poverty assessment of 1992 Urban Coastal Rural Coastal Rural Interior National Average were 43%, 33.7% and 44.7% 1992-2006 respectively.

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Baseman posted:
 

I have to agree on this point.  The PNC shoot themselves in the foot by failing to deliver.   They promised a lot but wasted no time in fattening themselves.  Now the PPP making all the promises which they themselves failed to deliver.  PPP now looking shine and will benefit from the PNC failures.  

The PNC lost their way before they can even find their bearings!

Dude, you have to pick a side and stick to it. You all over the place like The Rolling Stones 

Django posted:
 

Gilly, Good Morning !!! was a little busy yesterday.The articles on this site is written by Dhanraj Singh an Economist. Some of the articles seems to be written for propaganda purposes.

Never the less  was able to find the link to   WHO  and got a copy of the 

G U Y A N A P O V E R T Y R E D U C T I O N   ST R A T E G Y  P A P E R  2 0 1 1 - 2 0 1 5

here is the link  https://www.mindbank.info/item/6053

Here is a piece from the paper, poverty is among all ethnicity, these figures are alarming, taking int consideration the population of Guyana is just above 750,000.

ETHNIC POVERTY PROFILE

The four ethnic groups in Guyana which make up almost all of the population are Africans, Amerindians, East Indians and Mixed groups. Poverty rates are similarly below the national average among Afro-Guyanese (31.6%), Indo-Guyanese (30.0%) and the mixed population (33.7%).

Comparable head count ratios from the previous World Bank poverty assessment of 1992 Urban Coastal Rural Coastal Rural Interior National Average were 43%, 33.7% and 44.7% 1992-2006 respectively.

I think a GNIer said Dhanraj is his cousin.  

Drugb posted:

All the screaming about ppp corruption and yet no ppp jailed after 3 years.  .

Yuh bai Irfart get 19 charges of corruption slap pon he bai. Step one. And it look like mo to follow. Dem bais like dem reading GNI and seh leh we show drugb. Suh ah hope you and yuh merry band of whiners and wailers hay don't start screaming now dat black man gon kill alyuh.

Drugb posted:
Mars posted:
Drugb posted:
Mars posted: 

Read the lies that the Ram Goat was trying to pass off. That's what I'm responding to.

Please, people were suffering in Guyana for years and you clowns chanted that they were going to the moon. You really think that suffering only started in Guyana after 2015? Read Gilly's report on poverty in Guyana posted in this thread.

The people will decide come 2020, you from afar can't dictate to them that their lives have been enriched by PNC based on cooked up numbers and exaggerated claims by PNC book cookers.  

Of course the people will decide like they always do. I never once claimed that I can influence the masses in Guyana to vote one way or another. I've always said that I'm just a commentator on a forum that hardly anyone in Guyana is aware of its existence. The people there thought that the PPP was too corrupt and they kicked them out on their asses. No one can match the PPP book cookers, those who came into office ketchin hire car and now driving Lexus and living in exclusive mansions such as those in Pradoville. Ultimately, come 2020, they will decide who they want to lead them into the future. Life goes on for me one way or the other.

All the screaming about ppp corruption and yet no ppp jailed after 3 years.  At least if these jackasses catch a few of them and retrieve taxpayers dollars stolen they would have come credibility. Instead pnc bais immediately pursued filling their own pockets after ascending to office and made a sham of hunting down ppp, with socu bais along with Clive Thomas kicking back and collecting paychecks with no results. Yet you continue to sing their praises which is not surprising given how the yall teamed up with Burnham in PNC phase 1 to send the nation into 28 years of demise. Now from afar you still hustling to kill of the country with PNC at the helm while you enjoy the benefits of the 1st world.

I guess you still believe that there was no corruption during the PPP era and dem bicycle riders saved all their money to buy mansions and Lexus. How did I ever team up with Burnham? Are you doltish or what? I was a baby when Burnham came to power. You should look at your Commie God Jagan who joined forces with Burnham and implemented their brand of Communism and Nationalization on us. That’s what caused the country’s economy to go into freefall while your PPP cheered on and supported the Dictator for going left. 

Again, how am I hustling to kill Guyana by commenting on a forum that hardly anyone in Guyana knows about or cares about? You talk sheer shyte all the time. You need a cleansing from the Demerara sewer cause the shit like it’s permanently embedded in your brain. 

Tola posted:

You people have warped brains from mars. See a doctor before you hurt yourself. 

Did Scotia bank not also indicated selling their banking operations, due to  banking reasons, in Anguilla, Antigua, Grenada, St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Marteen, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, including Guyana.

You two make an excellent loaded pair in a manhole.  

The sheer ignorance dese people post hay, masquerading as though they "knowledgable" about banking, finance and other topics waaaay above they pay scale! Scotia is making a strategic move to exit the region for regulatory purposes! It has NOTHING to do wid Guyana alone!

To the binnie bawling and wailing about which bank gon exit when "oil money" coming in, get a grip of yuhself and read and get sense befo yuh post nonsense! Surely yuh siblings wid VAST banking experience learned by osmosis from Jamie Dimon himself understand the complexities banks experience with regulatory compliance and the cost associated with it.

Due to increasing regulatory complexity and the need for continued investment in technology to support our regulatory requirements, we made the decision to focus the bank's efforts on those markets with significant scale in which we can make the greatest difference for our customers," Ignacio Deschamps, Scotiabank's group head of international banking, said in a statement.

https://www.ctvnews.ca/busines...-countries-1.4193819

Leonora posted:
Baseman posted:
 

I have to agree on this point.  The PNC shoot themselves in the foot by failing to deliver.   They promised a lot but wasted no time in fattening themselves.  Now the PPP making all the promises which they themselves failed to deliver.  PPP now looking shine and will benefit from the PNC failures.  

The PNC lost their way before they can even find their bearings!

Dude, you have to pick a side and stick to it. You all over the place like The Rolling Stones 

I don’t pick a side and run like a blind mouse.  I pick an issue and decide my position regardless which side it falls.  I don’t mortgage my beliefs and principles to anyone. If anyone believes any of them are infallible, then they are low thinking.  

Leonora posted:
Django posted:
 

Gilly, Good Morning !!! was a little busy yesterday.The articles on this site is written by Dhanraj Singh an Economist. Some of the articles seems to be written for propaganda purposes.

Never the less  was able to find the link to   WHO  and got a copy of the 

G U Y A N A P O V E R T Y R E D U C T I O N   ST R A T E G Y  P A P E R  2 0 1 1 - 2 0 1 5

here is the link  https://www.mindbank.info/item/6053

Here is a piece from the paper, poverty is among all ethnicity, these figures are alarming, taking int consideration the population of Guyana is just above 750,000.

ETHNIC POVERTY PROFILE

The four ethnic groups in Guyana which make up almost all of the population are Africans, Amerindians, East Indians and Mixed groups. Poverty rates are similarly below the national average among Afro-Guyanese (31.6%), Indo-Guyanese (30.0%) and the mixed population (33.7%).

Comparable head count ratios from the previous World Bank poverty assessment of 1992 Urban Coastal Rural Coastal Rural Interior National Average were 43%, 33.7% and 44.7% 1992-2006 respectively.

I think a GNIer said Dhanraj is his cousin.  

Nah, he is married to a cousin’s daughter from my dad’s side.  So he is jine family!

Iguana posted:
Tola posted:

You people have warped brains from mars. See a doctor before you hurt yourself. 

Did Scotia bank not also indicated selling their banking operations, due to  banking reasons, in Anguilla, Antigua, Grenada, St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Marteen, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, including Guyana.

You two make an excellent loaded pair in a manhole.  

The sheer ignorance dese people post hay, masquerading as though they "knowledgable" about banking, finance and other topics waaaay above they pay scale! Scotia is making a strategic move to exit the region for regulatory purposes! It has NOTHING to do wid Guyana alone!

To the binnie bawling and wailing about which bank gon exit when "oil money" coming in, get a grip of yuhself and read and get sense befo yuh post nonsense! Surely yuh siblings wid VAST banking experience learned by osmosis from Jamie Dimon himself understand the complexities banks experience with regulatory compliance and the cost associated with it.

Due to increasing regulatory complexity and the need for continued investment in technology to support our regulatory requirements, we made the decision to focus the bank's efforts on those markets with significant scale in which we can make the greatest difference for our customers," Ignacio Deschamps, Scotiabank's group head of international banking, said in a statement.

https://www.ctvnews.ca/busines...-countries-1.4193819

As I had indicated, many smaller local Swiss banks terminated their US business due to FATCA requirements. I don’t know why people make hay out of this.  Banks have forever been rejigging their model to suit the changing landscape.  

Django posted:
ETHNIC POVERTY PROFILE

The four ethnic groups in Guyana which make up almost all of the population are Africans, Amerindians, East Indians and Mixed groups. Poverty rates are similarly below the national average among Afro-Guyanese (31.6%), Indo-Guyanese (30.0%) and the mixed population (33.7%).

Comparable head count ratios from the previous World Bank poverty assessment of 1992 Urban Coastal Rural Coastal Rural Interior National Average were 43%, 33.7% and 44.7% 1992-2006 respectively.

Django and Gilbakka, help meh out hay. As yuh kno, a lil schupid. Wha dis mean fellas.

Poverty rates are similarly below the national average among Afro-Guyanese (31.6%), Indo-Guyanese (30.0%) and the mixed population (33.7%).

Dem number mean fuh seh dat dem black man, indian man and dugla man almost equal when it come to poverty? It can't be man. Tell meh wha alyuh tink. Den we can guh to de second paragraph.

Baseman posted:
Iguana posted:
Tola posted:

You people have warped brains from mars. See a doctor before you hurt yourself. 

Did Scotia bank not also indicated selling their banking operations, due to  banking reasons, in Anguilla, Antigua, Grenada, St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Marteen, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, including Guyana.

You two make an excellent loaded pair in a manhole.  

The sheer ignorance dese people post hay, masquerading as though they "knowledgable" about banking, finance and other topics waaaay above they pay scale! Scotia is making a strategic move to exit the region for regulatory purposes! It has NOTHING to do wid Guyana alone!

To the binnie bawling and wailing about which bank gon exit when "oil money" coming in, get a grip of yuhself and read and get sense befo yuh post nonsense! Surely yuh siblings wid VAST banking experience learned by osmosis from Jamie Dimon himself understand the complexities banks experience with regulatory compliance and the cost associated with it.

Due to increasing regulatory complexity and the need for continued investment in technology to support our regulatory requirements, we made the decision to focus the bank's efforts on those markets with significant scale in which we can make the greatest difference for our customers," Ignacio Deschamps, Scotiabank's group head of international banking, said in a statement.

https://www.ctvnews.ca/busines...-countries-1.4193819

As I had indicated, many smaller local Swiss banks terminated their US business due to FATCA requirements. I don’t know why people make hay out of this.  Banks have forever been rejigging their model to suit the changing landscape.  

I decided to stop posting here. But the bilge and pure SHIT emanating from these people is appalling! Either they are pathological LIARS with evil agendas or they are purely STUPID! And these are the people that lay claim to lofty credentials, lifestyles, professions and great philanthropic efforts. Effing STUPID people! One paragraph is all it takes to expose them. SMFH!

And somebody get that Billy Ram Balgobin a sedative or some mental help before he drinks malaton. The man is a peculiar mixture of paranoid, confused, befuddled, ignorant, shameful and LIARD all mixed together!

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Iguana posted:
Django posted:
ETHNIC POVERTY PROFILE

The four ethnic groups in Guyana which make up almost all of the population are Africans, Amerindians, East Indians and Mixed groups. Poverty rates are similarly below the national average among Afro-Guyanese (31.6%), Indo-Guyanese (30.0%) and the mixed population (33.7%).

Comparable head count ratios from the previous World Bank poverty assessment of 1992 Urban Coastal Rural Coastal Rural Interior National Average were 43%, 33.7% and 44.7% 1992-2006 respectively.

Django and Gilbakka, help meh out hay. As yuh kno, a lil schupid. Wha dis mean fellas.

Poverty rates are similarly below the national average among Afro-Guyanese (31.6%), Indo-Guyanese (30.0%) and the mixed population (33.7%).

Dem number mean fuh seh dat dem black man, indian man and dugla man almost equal when it come to poverty? It can't be man. Tell meh wha alyuh tink. Den we can guh to de second paragraph.

Poverty across the board.Some people want's you to believe they deh pun tap.These folks also want you to believe,only one person in Guyana who have the answers to uplift the country, they should read the PRSP.

Elitism, Corruption is fuel for poverty. Billyram should take note, before saying poverty increased within the past 3 yrs.

Some folks need their head examined.

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Iguana posted:
Baseman posted:
Iguana posted:
Tola posted:

You people have warped brains from mars. See a doctor before you hurt yourself. 

Did Scotia bank not also indicated selling their banking operations, due to  banking reasons, in Anguilla, Antigua, Grenada, St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Marteen, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, including Guyana.

You two make an excellent loaded pair in a manhole.  

The sheer ignorance dese people post hay, masquerading as though they "knowledgable" about banking, finance and other topics waaaay above they pay scale! Scotia is making a strategic move to exit the region for regulatory purposes! It has NOTHING to do wid Guyana alone!

To the binnie bawling and wailing about which bank gon exit when "oil money" coming in, get a grip of yuhself and read and get sense befo yuh post nonsense! Surely yuh siblings wid VAST banking experience learned by osmosis from Jamie Dimon himself understand the complexities banks experience with regulatory compliance and the cost associated with it.

Due to increasing regulatory complexity and the need for continued investment in technology to support our regulatory requirements, we made the decision to focus the bank's efforts on those markets with significant scale in which we can make the greatest difference for our customers," Ignacio Deschamps, Scotiabank's group head of international banking, said in a statement.

https://www.ctvnews.ca/busines...-countries-1.4193819

As I had indicated, many smaller local Swiss banks terminated their US business due to FATCA requirements. I don’t know why people make hay out of this.  Banks have forever been rejigging their model to suit the changing landscape.  

I decided to stop posting here. But the bilge and pure SHIT emanating from these people is appalling! Either they are pathological LIARS with evil agendas or they are purely STUPID! And these are the people that lay claim to lofty credentials, lifestyles, professions and great philanthropic efforts. Effing STUPID people! One paragraph is all it takes to expose them. SMFH!

And somebody get that Billy Ram Balgobin a sedative or some mental help before he drinks malaton. The man is a peculiar mixture of paranoid, confused, befuddled, ignorant, shameful and LIARD all mixed together!

I don’t think you should stop, then the bilge barfers won the day!

Bibi Haniffa posted:

Trinidad's Republic Bank will be taking over several of these operations. Watch what happens when foreign companies want to transact their business in this region.  Trusted banking institutions like Scotia bank are the foundation of transparent and accountable transactions.  Bank of America was the first to retreat from the region following change of govt in several countries in 2016.

Bank of America exiting the Caribbean had nothing to do with governments being changed. Y’all spin and spin till you spin a web of nonsense. 

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Iguana posted:
Tola posted:

You people have warped brains from mars. See a doctor before you hurt yourself. 

Did Scotia bank not also indicated selling their banking operations, due to  banking reasons, in Anguilla, Antigua, Grenada, St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Marteen, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, including Guyana.

You two make an excellent loaded pair in a manhole.  

The sheer ignorance dese people post hay, masquerading as though they "knowledgable" about banking, finance and other topics waaaay above they pay scale! Scotia is making a strategic move to exit the region for regulatory purposes! It has NOTHING to do wid Guyana alone!

To the binnie bawling and wailing about which bank gon exit when "oil money" coming in, get a grip of yuhself and read and get sense befo yuh post nonsense! Surely yuh siblings wid VAST banking experience learned by osmosis from Jamie Dimon himself understand the complexities banks experience with regulatory compliance and the cost associated with it.

Due to increasing regulatory complexity and the need for continued investment in technology to support our regulatory requirements, we made the decision to focus the bank's efforts on those markets with significant scale in which we can make the greatest difference for our customers," Ignacio Deschamps, Scotiabank's group head of international banking, said in a statement.

https://www.ctvnews.ca/busines...-countries-1.4193819

Ayuh leff mi binnie alone.  Ah suh she stay!

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Django posted:
Iguana posted:
Django posted:
ETHNIC POVERTY PROFILE

The four ethnic groups in Guyana which make up almost all of the population are Africans, Amerindians, East Indians and Mixed groups. Poverty rates are similarly below the national average among Afro-Guyanese (31.6%), Indo-Guyanese (30.0%) and the mixed population (33.7%).

Comparable head count ratios from the previous World Bank poverty assessment of 1992 Urban Coastal Rural Coastal Rural Interior National Average were 43%, 33.7% and 44.7% 1992-2006 respectively.

Django and Gilbakka, help meh out hay. As yuh kno, a lil schupid. Wha dis mean fellas.

Poverty rates are similarly below the national average among Afro-Guyanese (31.6%), Indo-Guyanese (30.0%) and the mixed population (33.7%).

Dem number mean fuh seh dat dem black man, indian man and dugla man almost equal when it come to poverty? It can't be man. Tell meh wha alyuh tink. Den we can guh to de second paragraph.

Poverty across the board.Some people want's you to believe they deh pun tap.These folks also want you to believe,only one person in Guyana who have the answers to uplift the country, they should read the PRSP.

Elitism, Corruption is fuel for poverty. Billyram should take note, before saying poverty increased within the past 3 yrs.

Some folks need their head examined.

Ah waitin' fuh Gilbakka explain dis ting fuss. Den we go to the 2nd paragraph.

Mars posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

Trinidad's Republic Bank will be taking over several of these operations. Watch what happens when foreign companies want to transact their business in this region.  Trusted banking institutions like Scotia bank are the foundation of transparent and accountable transactions.  Bank of America was the first to retreat from the region following change of govt in several countries in 2016.

Bank of America exiting the Caribbean had nothing to do with governments being changed. Y’all spin and spin till you spin a web of nonsense. 

Spider.  Datt homan is waan spinner!  She spin suh much even she geh dizzy πŸ₯΄!!

Iguana posted:
Django posted:
Iguana posted:
Django posted:
ETHNIC POVERTY PROFILE

The four ethnic groups in Guyana which make up almost all of the population are Africans, Amerindians, East Indians and Mixed groups. Poverty rates are similarly below the national average among Afro-Guyanese (31.6%), Indo-Guyanese (30.0%) and the mixed population (33.7%).

Comparable head count ratios from the previous World Bank poverty assessment of 1992 Urban Coastal Rural Coastal Rural Interior National Average were 43%, 33.7% and 44.7% 1992-2006 respectively.

Django and Gilbakka, help meh out hay. As yuh kno, a lil schupid. Wha dis mean fellas.

Poverty rates are similarly below the national average among Afro-Guyanese (31.6%), Indo-Guyanese (30.0%) and the mixed population (33.7%).

Dem number mean fuh seh dat dem black man, indian man and dugla man almost equal when it come to poverty? It can't be man. Tell meh wha alyuh tink. Den we can guh to de second paragraph.

Poverty across the board.Some people want's you to believe they deh pun tap.These folks also want you to believe,only one person in Guyana who have the answers to uplift the country, they should read the PRSP.

Elitism, Corruption is fuel for poverty. Billyram should take note, before saying poverty increased within the past 3 yrs.

Some folks need their head examined.

Ah waitin' fuh Gilbakka explain dis ting fuss. Den we go to the 2nd paragraph.

Ow man, yuh know Gilly sausage get caught up in his sharts.  Gi he lil space!!

Iguana posted:
Django posted:
Iguana posted:
Django posted:
ETHNIC POVERTY PROFILE

The four ethnic groups in Guyana which make up almost all of the population are Africans, Amerindians, East Indians and Mixed groups. Poverty rates are similarly below the national average among Afro-Guyanese (31.6%), Indo-Guyanese (30.0%) and the mixed population (33.7%).

Comparable head count ratios from the previous World Bank poverty assessment of 1992 Urban Coastal Rural Coastal Rural Interior National Average were 43%, 33.7% and 44.7% 1992-2006 respectively.

Django and Gilbakka, help meh out hay. As yuh kno, a lil schupid. Wha dis mean fellas.

Poverty rates are similarly below the national average among Afro-Guyanese (31.6%), Indo-Guyanese (30.0%) and the mixed population (33.7%).

Dem number mean fuh seh dat dem black man, indian man and dugla man almost equal when it come to poverty? It can't be man. Tell meh wha alyuh tink. Den we can guh to de second paragraph.

Poverty across the board.Some people want's you to believe they deh pun tap.These folks also want you to believe,only one person in Guyana who have the answers to uplift the country, they should read the PRSP.

Elitism, Corruption is fuel for poverty. Billyram should take note, before saying poverty increased within the past 3 yrs.

Some folks need their head examined.

Ah waitin' fuh Gilbakka explain dis ting fuss. Den we go to the 2nd paragraph.

Don't wait. Django posted that report. He belittled my former teacher Dhanraj Singh's report. Crucify Django!

I think there are more poor Afros than Indos, on average. But I can be wrong.

Gilbakka posted:
 

Don't wait. Django posted that report. He belittled my former teacher Dhanraj Singh's report. Crucify Django!

I think there are more poor Afros than Indos, on average. But I can be wrong.

Why should i be crucified ? posted are stats from the WHO article.Regarding who is poorer, i don't think the WHO will make up the numbers in their report.

Baseman posted:
Mars posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

Trinidad's Republic Bank will be taking over several of these operations. Watch what happens when foreign companies want to transact their business in this region.  Trusted banking institutions like Scotia bank are the foundation of transparent and accountable transactions.  Bank of America was the first to retreat from the region following change of govt in several countries in 2016.

Bank of America exiting the Caribbean had nothing to do with governments being changed. Y’all spin and spin till you spin a web of nonsense. 

Spider.  Datt homan is waan spinner!  She spin suh much even she geh dizzy πŸ₯΄!!

She may have a valid point. 

Why is Guyana Finanace Minister questioning the timing of Scotia exit when Guyana economy suppose to take off with the massive oil find. 

Understand it’s Caribbean exit, but why Guyana.

 Republic bank will hold more shares in the banking sector...  right 

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