Ca­bi­net en­ga­ges GuySuCo on su­gar in­du­stry’s fu­tu­re

Times of Suriname - - ENGELS -

Mem­bers of the Board of Di­rec­tors of the Gu­y­a­na Su­gar Cor­po­ra­ti­on (GuySuCo), tues­day af­ter­noon en­ga­ged Pre­si­dent Da­vid Gran­ger and his Ca­bi­net mem­bers on the cur­rent sta­tus of ope­ra­ti­ons at the or­ga­ni­sa­ti­on, as well as fu­tu­re plans.

Ac­cor­ding to the Mi­ni­stry of the Pre­si­d­en­cy, Ca­bi­net was tre­a­ted to a full pre­sen­ta­ti­on by Chief Exe­cu­ti­ve Of­fi­cer of GuySuCo, Er­rol Ha­no­man and Chair­man of the Board, Pro­fes­sor Cli­ve Tho­mas.

“At the clo­se of the pre­sen­ta­ti­on, Pre­si­dent Gran­ger said that the re­port will be tho­rough­ly exa­mi­ned and dis­cus­sed at Ca­bi­net in an ef­fort to ma­ke a de­ter­mi­na­ti­on on the in­du­stry, which will be be­ne­fi­ci­al to all con­cerned,” the mi­ni­stry said. The sta­teow­ned cor­po­ra­ti­on is fa­cing tough ti­mes, chal­king up con­se­cu­ti­ve ye­ars of los­ses, and una­ble to pay in­crea­ses to its wor­kers.

Govern­ment has been bai­ling it out to the tu­ne of bil­li­ons of dol­lars an­nu­al­ly.


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