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The Big Bet: Samsung sinks $8 billion into Smart Auto

Still in the wake of a massive product failure that threatened to mar its priceless reputation built from years of cutting edge innovations in general electronics and mobile technology, Samsung is out again on one its adventurous moves with technology. This time with perhaps potentially one of the most significant revolution in the auto industry in the 21st century, Smart Cars.

Prez Mahama Opens Major Gold Refinery

President John Dramani Mahama has inaugurated the Gold Coast (GC) Refinery Ghana Limited, which officials say is the largest gold refinery in West Africa and the second largest in Africa.

A New Agenda: Trade under Trump

In a tone that could be regarded as a direct opposite to that of the man we’ve known in the last 500 days of one of the most divisive presidential campaign witnessed in modern history, President – elect Donald Trump promised "great, great relationships" with other nations.

What a Trump Victory would mean for businesses

“I am not a politician! I don’t like to be involved in their somewhat game of intrigue!” These are just a few refrains that are shared by those who perceive the activities of politics or government as an isolated or one that has little or no effect on them personally but as polls open in the world’s largest economy, U.S.,

Ghana improves rank on ‘Ease of Doing Business Index’

Ghana has moved an impressive 13 places up on the Trading Across Borders in the latest World Bank Ease of Doing Business Report, an indication that the Ghana National Single Window (GNSW) programme initiated by the government is already paying off.

Relieve at last: Charges against South Africa’s Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan dropped

It brings a chill feeling on existing and potential investors of Africa’s second largest  economy, South Africa, whom in the last three weeks have been under a frenzy as the nation’s finance chief came under vicious attack  expressed in charges of fraud leveled against him: charges that are widely speculated to have been politically motivated by President Jacob Zuma or his close aides.