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Accra,Ghana
Wednesday, August 23, 2017
The hospitality and tourism is an important sector for many developing countries, since it is one of the main foreign exchange earners and key exports component. In 2016, foreign visitors to Africa reached...
Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Robert Ahomka-Lindsay says comments he made recently at a forum of diasporans where he talked about “whining” were not meant to offend Ghanaians. Mr. Ahomka-Lindsay addressing Diaspora Homecoming...
Private health and wellness facilities are setting Kenya apart as one of the key medical tourist destinations in Africa, a new report shows. The Economic Development in Africa Report 2017 released by United Nations...
Headline sponsor of Asante Kotoko Football Club, MTN Ghana, says it is saddened by an accident involving players and officials of the club. “We are even more saddened by the passing of the Assistant Equipment Officer, Kofi Asare,...
MTN is keen on partnering government and other agencies to deliver the digitalisation of the National Identification system, Mr Phuthuma Nhleko, MTN Group Chairman, has said. Mr Nhleko said the significance of the National...
Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia has challenged the investor community to take advantage of Ghana’s competitive advantages, especially within the West Africa Sub-region, to make significant investments that would bring them appreciable returns. He said...
Selewa Market keeps expanding it collaborations as its sixth exhibition at the Golden Tulip Accra Hotel last Sunday had thousands trooping in to take advantage of the discount sales. The exhibition climaxed with a...
The Ministry of Finance (MoF) is pitching for an estimated $320 million from the Green Climate Fund (GCF) to finance three national climate change response projects. The projects, Ghana Sheanuts Scheme REDD Plus, Climate Resilience Land Scheme for Sustainable Livelihoods and a national solar project, are part of the country’s...
Vegetables and fruits from Ghana have been banned from the Chinese market for failing to meet international production standards. The ban which took effect from the beginning of this year would further plunge the...
The rating agency Moody’s says the 150 basis points policy rate cut by the Bank of Ghana last week is credit positive for the country’s banks. Moody’s says the cut which exceeded market expectations of a 100-basis-point reduction will reduce their bank's asset risks, which will outweigh the loss in profitability...