Minister of Foreign Trade Henry Jeffrey of Guyana

after reading this you will see once again that the negroes of the PPP still do not understand the limitations of their lack of power and other delusions.
Minister Jeffrey said that the press brief was called because the report in the Jamaican Gleaner created some concern in the local industry, since it meant that Guyana would lose a market of 30,000 metric tonnes per year.
Dr Jeffrey said that a draft text of an agreement was sent by Jamaica to Guyana.
Minister Jeffrey said that he was assured that the situation will improve when the Jamaica Commodity Trading Corporation was fully established later in the year.
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Minister of Foreign Trade and International Cooperation Dr Henry Jeffrey yesterday said he had agreed to take up a post a diplomatic post in Suriname but he dismissed reports of a disagreement with the President Bharrat Jagdeo at this week’s cabinet meeting.
According to a statement issued by the Government Information Agency (GINA) last evening, Jeffrey said that over the last eight months he has been engaging in discussions at the Office of the President (OP) about shifting his position.
But Jeffrey said it was impossible since he was absent from the last statutory meeting.
Jeffrey says he was told Parliament meeting called off Minister of Foreign Trade and International Cooperation Dr.
Henry Jeffrey has never had the  ordinary man at heart.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana, August 5, 2008 - Guyana's Minister of Foreign Trade and International Cooperation Dr Henry Jeffrey has warned the region despite the failed World Trade Organisation (WTO) trade talks in Geneva, it will still have to deal with efforts to force it to open up its markets.
Dr Jeffrey said it was intended to be developmental in that it allowed developing countries flexibilities that would give them market access and levels of protection to allow development by providing resources of various sorts to help them to upgrade their institutional, human, infrastructural and other capabilities.
Pointing out the major issues surrounding the SSM, Dr Jeffrey said the concerns expressed by developed countries and competitive developing countries was the extent to which it could restrict trade into several large developing countries' markets.
Dr Jeffrey said that efforts were previously made to restrict the scope of the SSM by agreeing on conditions which must be met before the Safeguard could be invoked, limiting the number/percentage of tariff lines that could be eligible for SSM treatment in any period, and limiting the level of the remedies (additional tariffs) that may be imposed based on some base level of imports (volumes or prices.
Minister Jeffrey said CARICOM's position at the talks was essentially defensive.
During an interview with some members of the media yesterday, Minister Jeffrey said that he was not ‘sacked’ by President Bharrat Jagdeo.
Minister Jeffrey said that he was not even present at Cabinet, since he was taken up with other issues.
When contacted by the media on Thursday for a comment on the matter, President Jagdeo said that, as far as he was aware, Dr Jeffrey remains in his office as minister, and that he, President Jagdeo, would be the person to determine whether Dr Jeffrey remains a minister.
He was reportedly responding to a question about whether Dr Jeffrey had been sent home.
Dr Jeffrey was appointed a minister in 1992, as a member of the Civic component of the Government, after Dr Cheddi Jagan had won the elections.
Jeffrey said the Education Ministry will do its part to ensure the management of schools is achieved in keeping with high standards.
Minister Jeffrey said he was pleased that this agreement for which negotiations commenced in 2004 had been completed.