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Accra,Ghana
Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Latest data from the Ghana statistical Service has revealed that inflation has dropped from 11.8 percent to 10.3 percent for the month of January. This represents a significant drop considering the fact that inflation increased to 11.8 percent in December. The monthly change rate in January 2018 was 1.4...
A senior research fellow at the Ghana Center for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana), Dr. Kojo Asante, has warned the youth that unemployment will not end “anytime soon” hence the need to work towards a society which can take care of them. He has therefore charged the youth to exhibit a...
CIMG Hall of Fame Insurer, Vanguard Assurance, has launched the Vanguard Digital Motor Insurance in Kumasi. The ICT-based product is aimed at ensuring rapid response to claim payments to vehicles, drivers and passengers in case of any motor fatalities. This product is also designed to lessen the work of...
Industry players in Ghana’s banking, insurance and financial technology space will for the first time converge to celebrate their collective achievements. Dubbed Banking, Insurance and FinTech Festival 2018 (biff2018), organizers say the event will seek to empower Ghanaians on not only the acquisition of cheap funds for valid business...
The Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) has confirmed that telecom giant, MTN will be launching a 35% Initial Public Offering (IPO) on the Exchange by end of 2018. The move will be geared at selling 35% stake in the company to the public. It is part of the requirement from...
Government will this year begin the process of streamlining the process of land acquisition, valuation and records consolidation as part of the process of moving Ghana beyond aid, the Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has announced. Among other intended measures, plans are far advanced to begin the process of...
Ghana can survive without foreign handouts or aid if corruption is eradicated or minimized, the special prosecutor nominee has said at his vetting. Martin Amidu decried the massive leakages at the ports and other sectors of the public, stressing Ghana can save a lot if those gaps are blocked. ...
The Textile, Garment and Leather Employees Union (TEGLU) is demanding that the cost of utilities be slashed by 50 percent. It is also demanding the removal of VAT on locally produced textile prints to save local textile manufacturing companies from collapse. According to TEGLU, local textile manufacturing companies have...
Ghana’s delegation to Asia is optimistic of positive gains from its ongoing non-deal roadshow. The delegation which is currently showcasing Ghana’s investment potential to investors in Hong Kong and Singapore says the level of interest Ghana is receiving coupled with specific investment requests should translate into tangible results shortly. ...
The Executive Chairman of the Jospong Group of Companies, Dr Joseph Siaw Agyepong, has pledged his support and commitment towards the government’s sanitation agenda. Dr. Agyepong lauded the government and the President for focusing on the environment and also pledging resources to make Ghana and its capital Accra very...