Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta will present the 2023 Budget Statement and Economic Policy of the Government to Parliament today, Thursday, November 24, aimed at restoring and stabilising the macroeconomy.
The Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications has announced that its members (AirtelTigo, MTN and Vodafone) have begun complying with the recent directive from the Ministry of Communications and Digitalization (MoCD) on the registration of SIM cards.
The General Manager in charge of Business Banking at the Consolidated Bank Ghana, Michael Kwansah, has advised entrepreneurs with dollar facilities with banks to convert their loans to cedis or quickly pay off as early as possible to avoid running at a loss.
The Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, Samuel A. Jinapor, has sought to ignite the interest and role of large-scale mining companies in the fight against illegal small-scale mining by reminding them of their quintessential duty to protecting the environment.
Current data from the United Nations COMTRADE database have indicated that Ghana imported US$151million worth of raw sugar in 2020 alone – with the country being ranked 45th largest importer of the commodity globally.
The Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) has informed the public and more specifically importers of used vehicles that beginning 1st January 2023 all used vehicles imported into Ghana shall be accompanied by a valid Certificate of Conformance (CoC) from an approved body.