Guyana 2007

Guyana 2007

South America
According to ezinereligion, in 2007, Guyana had a population of approximately 775,000 people. The country's economy was heavily reliant on the export of sugar and other agricultural products, as well as gold and bauxite mining. Foreign relations were mainly with other Caribbean nations, the United States, Canada and other European countries. In terms of politics in 2007, Guyana was a presidential republic headed by President Bharrat Jagdeo who had been in power since 1999. The main opposition party at the time was the People's National Congress (PNC) led by Desmond Hoyte. Yearbook 2007 Guyana. At the end of September, a specially appointed UN committee presented its proposal for resolving a long-standing border dispute between Guyana and Suriname. According to the Committee's recommendations, the disputed territorial waters of the Caribbean should…
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