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Africa Millionaires and Luxury Fair slated for October 2017

The press launch of the Africa Millionaires and Luxury Fair was launched at the Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra on Wednesday October 12. The 3-day exhibition is slated for October 2017 at the Accra International Conference Centre. The Fair which is the maiden event to be held in Ghana will create unique platforms for businesses to grow. The event ...Full Article

Ministry of Food and Agriculture advises farmers to conserve rain water

The National Programme Co-ordinator of the Ghana Agriculture Investment Sector of the Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Roy Ayariga says the Ministry is training farmers to conserve rain water ...Full Article

BRT buses registered

Ten of the buses being tested as part of the redefined ‘Bus Rapid Transit’ (BRT) services, have been registered, after the operators were criticized for hurriedly dispatching the buses ...Full Article

Gov’t to ensure organisations adhere to environmentally friendly practices

A national corporate social responsibility policy will be launched in the last quarter of this year to ensure that businesses behave responsibly towards the environment no matter the challenges ...Full Article

Government to expand Tema and Takoradi Ports next year

Samuel Ofosu Ampofo, Director of Elections of the NDC The Vice Chairman and Director of Elections of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Samuel Ofosu Ampofo says the NDC government ...Full Article

Veep Amissah-Arthur Charges BoG To Help Reduce Interest Rate

Vice President Kwesi Amissah- Arthur has charged the Board of the Bank of Ghana to work towards reduction in the interest rates. It should also work to create the ...Full Article

Central bankers get tired of gold as lower exports cut cash

Central banks — holders of about 32 900 metric tons of bullion — cut their purchases by 40% during the three months through June, compared with the same period ...Full Article

Ghana loses $2.1 billion to tax evasion annually

Ghana loses nearly $2.1 billion dollars to tax evasion and incentives annually, reveals a study carried out by the Integrated Social Development Centre (ISODEC), a civil society organisation. According ...Full Article

Government Begins Steps To Clear Energy Sector Debts

Government has initiated steps to clear the debts owed VRA and TOR. Per the agreement with the banks and other stakeholders, government effective next month will pay GH¢250 million ...Full Article

Survey: 71% of bankers perceive mobile money services as a threat

A PWC survey of the banking industry has revealed that 71 percent of bankers perceive the penetration of mobile money services as both a threat and an opportunity. At ...Full Article
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