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Updated in EWS Dec 20, 2019
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To strengthen the institutional capacity of the Bank of Guyana in its research, analytical and modelling capabilities to incorporate oil and gas in the national accounts, balance of payments, monetary, exchange rate policies and inflation targeting. And to support the NIS in developing an investment policy framework with the requisite training of staff and a 10 year strategic plan.
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