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By Leon SuseranPresident Donald Ramotar has called on the 45 apprentices who graduated from the Port Mourant Training School on Wednesday, to set new standards in the sugar industry. He further urged them to practise good work ethics too.He directed their attention to how fast China is developing. It is because of the powerful and hardworking human resource. He mentioned Japan and India, too. “We believe that the most important factor forPres Ramotar,China Jerseys, Dr. Ramsammy,Wholesale Jerseys, Mr. D. Armogan,Wholesale Adidas Hockey Jerseys, Mr. Bhim and Mr. L. Persauddevelopment is people”.“You (the apprentices) are coming at a time when you can be free of the baggage that many still carry in the corporation”. He urged them to be the ones to set new trends, new standards where “all of us will have to make a contribution”. He also asked management to shake off the culture of managing by excuse.When persons are trained to enter GuySuCo fully, “it’s a good sign that we have a healthy and living organism which will grow and continue to develop”.President Ramotar underscored the importance of training as the government tries to secure the future of everyone in Guyana.GuySuCo, he said,China NFL Jerseys, is “the grandfather” of all industries in Guyana. It has provided managers for other sectors, skilled workers in many areas and has helped in the development and diversification of this country, the Head of State added.Without the sugar cane, he said,NFL Jerseys Wholesale, Guyana would have taken a lot longer time to build other factories in the country. The sugar industry, he reflected, was in the hands of foreigners more than 300 years and “we are still– only now– we are transforming the industry”.CHALLENGES IN THE INDUSTRYThe industry still has challenges, some of which have been as a result of no one in Guyana, but rather the overseas powers, President Ramotar said.“When the UK decided to join the EU, they established the Sugar Protocol…but the Europeans have ended that with the stroke of a pen and that is part of this transformation and adjustment we are going through”.In 2010, he noted, the price of sugar was cut at 36 per cent and Guyana lost US$45M “just by the stroke of a pen…by some bureaucrat, thousands of miles from here; who does not care how hard people have to work to cut the cane and to produce sugar”.As a result of that, many industries, he said, went out of sugar, for example Barbados, St Kitts, Trinidad, and Antigua. “Jamaica is struggling, but we persevered with the industry here, because the industry has a future”.He said the price of sugar today internationally “is not bad but we have not been able to take the advantage of it because of the level of production that we have”.The industry, he admitted, has been having a rough time since the 2005 floods.The graduates of the PMTC 2012 batch“I hardly go on any estate without hearing complaints that managers are managing the estates from cell phones and they blame each other for the problems”, he said.Forty- five young men graduated and specialised in various fields of study such as Sugar boilers, fitting and machining section, etc. The Best Graduating Student was Jacob Franklin.Minister of Agriculture,Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys, Dr. Leslie Ramsammy said that the Training School will be better when it takes in more women, since females are dominating many industries and field of work today. That brought a lot of cheers from the men at the school.Chief Executive Officer of GuySuCo, Paul Bhim, made a special appeal to the graduates to remain in the employ of GuySuCo because over 80 per cent of the graduates, he said, leave. “We have invested heavily in your training and look forward to you staying on for a long time”.
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