Constraints Affecting Guyana's Private Sector: Survey Results [report]

Pasha Sukrishnalall, Elton Bollers, Mark D. Wenner
2018 unpublished
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more » ... e other than for attribution, and the use of IDB's logo shall be subject to a separate written license agreement between the IDB and the user and is not authorized as part of this CC-IGO license. Abstract Guyana has experienced significant economic growth and several waves of reforms over the past two decades. Nevertheless, several constraints continue to affect Guyana's private sector. This policy brief utilizes firmlevel data from the Compete Caribbean PROTEqIN database to examine these constraints with the aim of distilling essential policy responses. JEL Codes: D22, D24, D29
doi:10.18235/0001097 fatcat:m4m6skmylvhxnctrimxo3bpr2a