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Bank of Ghana shuts down illegal micro finance in Sunyani

In a latest development that has rocked the Ghanaian business environment, the country’s central bank known as the Bank of Ghana have issued warnings to the general public, particularly those residents at Sunyani in the Brong Ahafo region of Ghana against doing business with Agro Development Fund Limited, a micro-finance institution operating in the area.

Eurozone inflation jumps in January

The Eurozone's economy is showing signs of recovery after the latest data pointed to a fall in unemployment while growth and inflation picked up.

Ghana’s new Finance Minister starts work today

After a rigorous screening process before the parliamentary vetting committee, Hon. Ken Ofori-Atta has officially assumed duty as Ghana’s Finance Minister following his swearing in by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo last Friday, 27th January, 2017.

Ghana's Stock Market Experiences A Four Weeks Boom

Against the back drop of some developments such as the proposed cuts in aids from some European quarters, an on-going ministerial vetting process which means an unclear policy direction for businesses as well as investors, the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) has for the fourth week in 2017 maintained an impressive trend as trading activities from an aggregate of ten equities show four gainers.

Denmark to cut aid to Ghana

Denmark plans to gradually downscale its aid programme to Ghana and engage more in the areas of trade and investment.

Vodafone Ghana dismisses speculation of 4G partnership with Afrimax

Currently the second largest telecom operator in Ghana with about 70% stake in the former Ghana national telecommunications company, Vodafone has in the last two years been seeking ways to harness the potential of the 4G LTE space in the country but has rejected claims of a speculated partnership deal with Afrimax, a leading Netherlands-based telecommunications company.