In Latin America
Guyana's History (and language)
Guyana was originally a Dutch colony, but was taken over by the British. It gained independence from the United Kingdom on the 26th of May, 1966. Guyana's primary language is English.
Guyana is between Suriname and Venezuela, and north Brazil. It is mainly rolling highlands, and low coastal plains, with parts of the south being savannahs.
The Diplomacy and Politics of Guyana
Guyana is a republic, and it's president is Donald Ramotar. Guyana has had a few disputes with Suriname over the headwaters of Courantyne.
Guyana's main currency is the Guyanese dollar, and it's economic system is capitalism. Guyana imports manufactures, machines, petroleum, and food from mainly the U.S., Trinidad & Tobago, China, Cuba and Suriname. They export sugar, bauxite, gold, aluminum, rice, shrimp, molasses, rum, and timber from the U.S., Canada and the United Kingdom.