As Guyana prepares to join the Norway-headquartered Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), which is the global anti-corruption agency that serves as a watchdog over the natural resources sector in several countries; Guyana first has to get its house in order and stamp out collusion and corruption in this sector. Travis Chase reports.
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