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Drone users must receive Police permit before flying – GCAA

The Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has clarified that its new directive on the use of drones is influenced by this year’s general elections. Per...

Business activities likely to halt as Ghana votes [Audio]

As Ghanaians head to the polls tomorrow, concerns are being raised over the impact the general elections will have on business activities across the...

Peaceful election crucial for business growth – GNCCI   

The Ghana National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GNCCI), has advocated peace before, during and after this year’s Presidential and Parliamentary elections. The Chamber contends...

Appeals Court hears AG’s motion in NDK judgement debt case today

The Court of Appeal will today hear a case in which the Attorney General’s Department has filed for a motion of stay of execution...

Airtel not to list on the GSE soon – MD

Telecom operator, Airtel, has ruled out any plans to in the medium to long term, list on the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE). Though the telecom...

Govt not subsidizing GOIL- Terkper insists

Finance minister, Seth Terkper has debunked suggestions that government pays subsidies to the Ghana Oil company limited, (GOIL). There were reports in the media suggesting...

Final DKM creditors’ list comes out on Tuesday – Official Liquidator

The long awaited list of validated DKM customers who have not received any payment of their locked up cash is to be released tomorrow,...

New rules for microfinance companies good- Banking Consultant

Banking Consultant, and Head of the Osei Tutu II Centre for Executive Education & Research, Nana Otuo-Acheampong has expressed optimism in the new regulations...

Ghana – Netherlands trade volumes to double by 2020

Trade volumes between Ghana and the Netherlands are expected to double within the next three to four years, following increased economic engagements between the...

The ABCs of investing in short-dated instruments

Thirty-two-year-old Martha Aboagye (not her real name) is an ardent patron of short-dated investment instruments issued by the government. After being exposed to treasury bills...

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