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Central banks likely to buy more gold in 2024

Gold had a strong 2023, defying expectations amid a high interest rate environment and outperforming commodities, bonds and most stock markets, the World Gold Council (WGC) says as it outlines possible scenarios for the gold market in 2024.

38 individuals, companies honoured at 10th Ghana Oil & Gas Awards

The 2023 edition of the prestigious Ghana Oil and Gas Awards (GOGA), has recognised a total of 38 individuals and companies with various honours for their outstanding roles and contributions towards the growth of the country's oil and gas sector in a ceremony held at the Kempinski Gold Coast Hotel in Accra on Friday.

YEA to roll out BEAP to support small businesses

The Youth Employment Agency (YEA) is set to roll out a new module dubbed Business and Employment Assistance Programme (BEAP) on Monday, December 11 in Sunyani to support small businesses across Ghana.

Jospong Group secures global recognition into ITMO

The Swiss Government has signed an authorisation document conferring the Internationally Transferred Mitigation Outcome (ITMO) credit on the Integrated Waste Recycling and Compost Facilities of the Jospong Group of Companies.

60,000 hectares ready for agric zones

The government has secured over 60,000 hectares of land for the establishment of agricultural zones in the Eastern, Ashanti, Upper West, Northern and North East regions.

African countries urged to understand international trade law to avoid judgement debts

Ghana’s Ambassador and Permanent Representative to Austria and the United Nations Offices in Vienna, Mr Philbert Abaka Johnson, has called on African countries to raise awareness on international trade law within the remit of the United Nations Commission of International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) to ensure competitiveness in the global economic system.