Guyana, or, as its official name Guyana Cooperative Republic, is located in South America. North of the continent is located in the west of Venezuela, east of Suriname and Brazil in the south; North sides of the Caribbean Sea is the coast. Area; 214.970 km². Guyana; is one of the smallest countries in America. 80% of the country consists of forests and has the most undamaged rainforest. The Capital is Georgetown.
Cities of Guyana
Guyana’s phone code: +592
Guyana's currency:Guyana Dollar
Georgetown, Bartica, New Amsterdam, Linden
The Economy of Guyana
More than half of the raw material source of Guyana's economy is based on agriculture. The most favorable regions for agriculture are the alluvial plains along the coast and the wetlands of the rivers. The production season in Guyana is between April-August and October-January. Most of the agricultural production produces sugar and rice.
Guyana’s Export Products
Guyana depends on foreign technology in terms of mining. In this sector, the largest share in the country's economy is the production of bauxite, aluminum, manganese, gold and diamond. Two major raw material sources in the country are agriculture and mining. In Guyana, the industry's most important products are vegetable oil, sugar, cigarettes, pharmaceuticals and woodworking.
Gold, Brass, Aluminum Ore, Raw Sugar and Excavation Machines.
Guyana's Import Products
Refined Oil, Excavating Machines, Automobiles, Large Construction Tools and Cement.
Guyana Exports Countries
United States of America, Trinidad and Tobago, Belgium, Luxembourg and Portugal.
Countries in Guyana
Trinidad and Tobago, United States, China, Suriname and Great Britain.
Nations Living in Guyana
The people of the country are locals, British origin, Negroes, and Indians. Among these, the most populous are Indian origin with a rate of 55%.
Languages spoken in Guyana
Official language is English. In addition, many local languages and dialects are also spoken in the country.