Guyana is poised to take off economically with the development of it agricultural sector and the opening of the Takutu Bridge which links us to Brazil is the first step in opening up new economic activities that can benefit both countries.
This can be followed by a paved highway from Lethem to Georgetown, the construction of a Deep-Water Harbour and other necessary infrastructural elements necessary for Guyana’s forward leap to economic prosperity.
Guyana has abundant resources – raw materials, land and labour – with the possibility of the acceleration of the integration of Caribbean countries, there are clear opportunities to create a climate conducive to investment with Brazil.
The large track of arable agricultural lands that presently are uneconomical to cultivate will be transformed with the influx of investment funds and the infrastructure that are likely to follow the construction of the bridge. The products coming out of the lands and the traditionally cultivated areas will find markets in the large markets in the State of Roraima and other neighbouring States.
This would have a tremendously positive impact on Guyana’s agricultural sector and would create the opportunity for Guyana to open its vast rural lands to expand its exports to markets Brazil has already created.
Thus the opening of this bridge can provide vast economic possibilities for Regions Nine and Ten, and foster further development of those regions and also ensure that Guyana realises its potential of becoming the bread basket of the Caribbean
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