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2017 Budget Presentation slated for March 3

Recent developments have indicated that preparations are in high-gear for government to present Ghana’s 2017 Budget and Economic Policy to parliament by 3rd March.

How much did Ghana make from Crude Oil in 2016?

Ghana's oil and gas is one of the nation's newest and growing industries (at least in comparison to those of its counterparts in the West African sub-region) but it continues to draw much interest from both the Ghanaian and foreign public.

MTN launches 'MTN Yello Save' with Fidelity Bank

MTN Ghana in collaboration with Fidelity Bank has introduced another mobile money innovation that allows customers to send money directly from their MTN mobile wallets into a Fidelity account for savings.

FPSO named after Kufuor launched in Singapore

First Lady Rebecca Akufo-Addo has launched a Floating Production and Storage Offloading (FPSO) vessel named after former President John Agyekum Kufuor, at the Keppel Shipyard in Singapore.

Ghana's Finance Minister insists on full fiscal evaluation

Following a recent claim by Vice President of the republic of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia of an alleged GH¢7billion unaccounted fund by the previous administration, Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta insists on knowing the true fiscal state of the economy before 2017 budget presentation.

People's Pension Trust Unveils "Pension for all"

Whether you are in the public or private sector, the word ‘pension’ is bound to draw your attention. As a public servant, you hope to enjoy a financially anxiety-free life after active service; as a private business person on the parallel, you look forward to a time when your firm would be well-off without your direct involvement and in effect, have a swell account balance from rising shares value. Such is the basis of the People’s Pension Trust Ghana Limited’s ‘Pension for all’ package officially launched yesterday at the Accra central business district.