While contemporary auto giants with businesses in the United States are adopting precautionary measures towards the somewhat hostility towards imported cars of an impending Trump administration, BMW have confirmed that it is "absolutely" committed to a new plant in Mexico.
As the first African-American President, Barack Obama winds up his era in the White House, the countryâ€™s businesses add 156,000 jobs in December the last release of key economic data before Donald Trump is sworn in as US chief executive.
In what can be considered the first in its history, the Chinese e-commerce giant has sued two of its vendors over alleged sales of fake goods barely weeks after it was restored to the US industry watchdogâ€™s blacklist.
Following a series of compromises to the access or remain in the vast market of communist China, the US technology giant, Apple has pulled out the New York Times from its China App Store, in accordance with a request from the Chinese government.
Barely a week before it exits office, governmentÂ has reportedly extended its contract with IT firm, Subah Infosolutions for the monitoring of revenues generated by telecommunication companies in the country.
Ghana's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) provisional growth in the third quarter of 2016 rose by 4 percent year-on-year. The GDP which includes oil for the 3rd quarter of 2016, grew by 4 percent compared to 3.5 percent in the same period of 2015
It may not be the first time in the nationâ€™s history but one cannot underestimate the impact of a demonetization effort on a vast country desperate to curtail the menace of financial corruption. Such is the case for the People in India who have until the end of Friday to deposit discontinued notes in bank and post office accounts, or risk their money becoming worthless.