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Guyana’s President, Dr. Irfaan Ali will deliver the keynote address at the launch of the Canada-Guyana Chamber of Commerce set to take place this Friday – December 4, at the Arthur Chung Conference Centre in Georgetown.

In a press update on Monday, the Chamber said its main objective is to strengthen two‐way trade and investments between Canada and Guyana and provide support to Canadian and Guyanese business interests in the two countries.

The 24 Founding Members of the Chamber include Banks DIH Ltd., Caribbean Surgery Inc., CGX Energy Inc., Demerara Distillers Limited, Edward Beharry & Company Limited, Empire Plus Home and Commercial Inspection Services Inc., Gafsons Industries Limited, Go Logistics Inc., Gold Source Mines Inc., Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry Limited, Guyana Goldfields Inc., Guysons Oil and Gas, High Commission of Canada to Guyana, International Development and Relief Foundation, JHI Associates, Inc., N&S Mattai & Company, NALICO/NAFICO, NSBOmega Guyana Inc., Panthera Solutions Inc., Precision Truck Lines Inc., Royal Bank of Canada, Scotia Bank Guyana Inc., and Sterling Products Limited. With leading business minds from our Members on our Inaugural Board of Directors.

The Chamber said it has offices in both Toronto and Georgetown. Its Chief Executive Officer is Ms. Natalia Seepersaud, former Deputy CEO of the Guyana Office for Investment.

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