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Guyana has to Move Quickly to Show it’s Ready for Immense Oil Transition – US Ambassador


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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – With Guyana on track to be the second or third largest oil producer in the Western Hemisphere, US Ambassador Sarah-Ann Lynch says the country has to avoid the dreaded resource curse and also stressed that contracts have to be honoured and that the government is accountable to all of the people.

In a wide-ranging address to the virtual

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