Private Sector Commission

The Private Sector Commission meeting with Vice-President and Minister of…

The Private Sector Commission meeting with Vice-President and Minister of Public Security, Khemraj Ramjattan, on Wednesday August 23, 2018 on issues affecting affecting the prisons in Guyana. Posted by Private Sector Commission | View Post | View Group

The Private Sector Commission, the Guyana Manufacturing and Services Association,…

The Private Sector Commission, the Guyana Manufacturing and Services Association, the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and the American Chamber of Commerce meeting on Tuesday August 21, 2018 with IDB Country Representative, Sophie Makonnen, and Consultant Dr. Eric Hansen on how to remove barriers to growth by creating local opportunities in oil and gas value chains. […]

Private Sector Commission Welcomes Amcham and US Chamber of Commerce…

Private Sector Commission Welcomes Amcham and US Chamber of Commerce The Private Sector Commission yesterday hosted a Lunch for the newly formed American Chamber of Commerce in Guyana (Amcham) and a visiting delegation from the United States Chamber of Commerce, here for the launch of Amcham. Special invitees to the Lunch were US Ambassador, His […]

Chairman of the Private Sector Commission, Mr. Desmond Sears Mr….

Chairman of the Private Sector Commission, Mr. Desmond Sears Mr. Desmond Sears started in the shipping industry as a ship’s agent in the Shipping Department of the Bauxite Industry Development Company (BIDCO) in 1974. He worked in various capacities attaining the level of General Manager Shipping and Logistics within the company’s marketing and shipping division, […]

Executive Director’s Report 2017 The Private Sector Commission is the…

Executive Director’s Report 2017 The Private Sector Commission is the apex private sector body in Guyana, representing businesses and business support organisations across the length and breadth of the country. As such, it remains cognisant of its responsibility to defend and protect the interests of the business community and, indeed, of consumers and the nation […]

Chairman’s Report 2017 Another year has come to an end…

Chairman’s Report 2017 Another year has come to an end in my role as Chairman of the Private Sector Commission, and I would like to take this opportunity to reflect on the achievements of this organization over the past year. The objective during the year was to ensure that the PSC would continue to promote […]

About the Private Sector Commission The Private Sector Commission indirectly…

About the Private Sector Commission The Private Sector Commission indirectly grew out of the Economic Recovery Programme introduced in the late nineteen eighties by President Desmond Hoyte. This programme led to what was virtually a renaissance period for private sector business in Guyana as the focus shifted from state hegemony of the economic environment to […]

JOINT PRESS RELEASE Minister Patterson Holds Wide-Ranging Discussions with PSC delegation

JOINT PRESS RELEASE Minister Patterson Holds Wide-Ranging Discussions with PSC delegation Public Infrastructure Minister David Patterson and a team from his ministry which included Minister in the Ministry Annette Ferguson on Friday held wide-ranging discussions with a delegation from the Private Sector Commission (PSC) on infrastructure projects covering inter alia, roads, bridges, airstrips, stellings, sea […]

The Private Sector Commission made a courtesy call on Minister…

The Private Sector Commission made a courtesy call on Minister of State Joseph Harmon on Monday July 30, 2018. Issues discussed included the Oil & Gas sector and the imminent establishment of the new Department of Energy. Posted by Private Sector Commission | View Post | View Group

Letter to the New York Times from the Private Sector…

Letter to the New York Times from the Private Sector Commission: Mr. Arthur Sulzberger Publisher The New York Times New York City, NY USA Via e-mail: Dear Mr. Sulzberger: The Private Sector Commission (PSC) of Guyana writes to draw to your attention to some misrepresentations contained in an article about the Republic of Guyana recently […]