Guyana's gold rush turns dangerous | Public Radio,
Gold currently sells for just over $1,700 an ounce, and some expect it to hit $2,000 before the end of the year. The average wage in Guyana is small; a policeman takes in around $250 a month.Guyana Gold Mining Law /Lawyer/ Diamonds/ Mining,,Guyana Mining law – Gold, Diamond and other Minerals - Ms. Jamela A. Ali, Attorney at Law and a former Member of the Guyana Gold Board. Jamela A. Ali Law Office provides legal advice and representation to individuals, Guyana and international companies involved in prospecting and mining gold, diamond, uranium, manganese and other minerals.Canadian Exploitation in the Mines of Guyana – COHA,Guyana’s large stock of natural resources has not only attracted Canadian mining companies, but also waves of unwelcomed corruption. Like much of the continent, this South American country endured a bitter past of European colonialism, followed by years of social strife and economic inequality.