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Brazil follows Suriname & Guyana

Petrobras Jubilant finding more oil eyesonbrasil Amsterdam, 9 april 2024– Brazilian oil giant Petrobras has struck oil in a well located in Brazil’s Potiguar Basin, during a campaign it embarked on in earnest to repeat exploration successes  off the coasts of Guyana and Suriname.  Announcing the find in an April 9 release, Petrobras said its…
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Territorial woes for Guyana

Two regions in dispute eyesonsuriname Amsterdam, April 9 2024–Guyanese authorities have requested the United Nations Security Council to review Venezuela’s territorial claims over the oil-rich Essequibo region, under the jurisdiction of the former British colony since 1899, but which Caracas has annexed to all its official maps following a referendum last year. The Guyanese Government…
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Semiconductor Industry

Semiconductor industry looking into the Netherlands and China

Chances plentiful and capitalisation possibilities  eyesonmalaysia Amsterdam, April 8th –The Malaysia Semiconductor Industry Association (MSIA) will visit the Netherlands to attract Dutch semiconductor companies to invest in Malaysia, while many Chinese firms are keen to relocate here. Semiconductor firms relocating overseas are considering Malaysia as their preferred investment destination as every company is preparing for…
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Guyana’s Path to Recovery After the Esequibo Annexation

Navigating Economic Waters:

Guyana’s Path to Recovery After the Esequibo Annexation eyesonsuriname 1. The Challenge: Venezuela’s Bold Move The recent annexation of the oil-rich Esequibo region by Venezuela has sent shockwaves through Guyana. This contested territory, comprising two-thirds of Guyana’s landmass, holds immense potential for economic growth. However, with Caracas eyeing offshore oil riches, Guyana faces an uphill…
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Brazil – France 1.000.000.000.000 Investments 

Bio-economy First eyesonsuriname Amsterdam, 28 march 2024 — Presidents Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and Emmanuel Macron launched Tuesday in Belém a € 1 billion investment bioeconomy program for the Brazilian Legal Amazon as well as for the part of the Amazon within French Guiana to raise funds through public and private investments over the next…
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Suriname’s Vision: A Regional Gas Hub

Suriname’s Vision: A Regional Gas Hub

eyesonsuriname 1. Collaborative Talks Begin Suriname, a South American nation with ambitious energy goals, has embarked on a journey of collaboration. Its state-owned oil company, Staatsolie, has initiated discussions with global oil giants Exxon Mobil and TotalEnergies. The objective? To jointly develop natural gas fields that straddle the maritime borders shared with neighboring Guyana. These…
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Venezuela annexes part of Guyana

Venezuela annexes oil-rich parts of Guyana

Centuries Old Territorial Dispute Flames Up  eyesonsuriname Amsterdam, 22 March 2024 — Venezuela’s National Assembly Thursday passed a law creating a new region in the oil-rich Essequibo territory under Guyanese control since the late 1800s on which Caracas claims sovereignty. The Venezuelan Parliament unanimously approved the creation of the state of Guayana Esequiba, which is…
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Navigating Bitcoin’s Uncharted Waters: Risks and Resilience

eyesonsuriname 1. Volatility: Riding the Bitcoin Roller Coaster Bitcoin, the enigmatic digital currency, has carved its path through the financial landscape with breathtaking volatility. Its price swings are akin to a tempest-tossed ship on a stormy sea. As investors, we must acknowledge that Bitcoin’s youthfulness contributes to this wild ride. Within a single day, its…
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Iso 20022 vs Swift

Navigating the New Banking Landscape: A Golden Era Dawns

eyesonsuriname The world of banking is on the cusp of a transformation. As the SWIFT Standard takes a back seat and new norms emerge, financial institutions are poised for a paradigm shift. Let’s delve into the changes that await us, guided by the glimmer of gold-backed currencies. 1. ISO 20022: The Global Standard Unleashed The…
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President Irfaan Ali and the Trilateral Agreement

Trilateral Agreement Bolsters Suriname’s Position in the Oil & Gas Arena

eyesonsuriname Suriname, nestled on the northeastern coast of South America, recently found itself in the spotlight after signing a trilateral agreement with neighboring Guyana and regional giant Brazil. This pact focuses on cooperation in the oil and gas sector, aiming to unlock mutual benefits for all parties involved. But for Suriname, this agreement holds particular…
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