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Pharmaceutical producers want import of liquid medicine banned

Local pharmaceutical producers have appealed to government to ban the importation of liquid medicines such as cough syrups, antacids and blood tonics which can be produced locally.

Can agriculture transform Ghana’s economic future?

While Ghana, behind Ivory Coast, is the second largest exporter of Cocoa in the world (its chief agricultural export commodity), any economic statistical source today clearly shows that oil & gas is…

'Dumsor' debt is $2.4b; $800m owed to local banks - Akufo-Addo reveals

Attempts by the erstwhile John Mahama administration to resolve Ghana's energy crisis have culminated in a huge debt which is crippling the sector and negatively affecting local banks, President Nana…
Abdul-Nashiru Issahaku - BoG Governor

Bank of Ghana publishes data on APR and AI on deposits

Every year, the business public looks forward to a fair interest rate for loans and other credit instruments: such as would guarantee transparent pricing, accountability, easy access to start-up as…

Ghana @ 60 committee warns against piracy of anniversary cloth

The National Planning Committee of the Ghana's 60th Anniversary celebration has warned against the pirating of the official cloth for the celebration.

Unilever loses its top buyer

Unilever last weekend witnessed an end to its historic takeover bid by Kraft Heinz.

Bawumia's friend to replace George Blankson as GRA boss

A close confidante of the Vice President has been pencilled to replace George Blankson as the Commissioner-General Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), information available suggests.
President Akufo - Addo with UK Foreign Secretary, Borris Johnson

UK Foreign Secretary clears doubt on post Brexit relations with Ghana

Many countries in Africa and Asia with huge economic interest in the United Kingdom have, from the start of the debate for Britain to leave European Union, raised concerns over a post-Brexit future…

Nestle Faces Low Profits

It may no more be business as usual for the world’s leading food and nutrition company, Nestle, as low profits forces it to put-off earlier sales and profit forecast.

Inflation falls to 13.3% in January 2017

Source: Business & Financial Times Ghana Ghana’s inflation for January 2017, is currently pegged at 13.3 percent.

Yoghurt prices to go up: A testimony of excessive milk importation

It is commonplace in the streets of Accra, Lagos or any other African city to find commuters going across the street to grab some refreshment from a mobile yoghurt vendor but how long will that be…
President Nana Akufo - Addo

"Ghana is open for business" - Prez Akufo-Addo assures investors

Ghana’s President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has reaffirmed his earlier inaugural statement that “Ghana is open for business again”.

We are better positioned for trade than foreign aid - Bawumia

The Vice President of the republic of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, has urged investors and development partners to consider trading with Ghana.

UniBank heeds Akufo-Addo's appeal; Donates 300k for Ghana @ 60 celebrations

In response to an by President Nana Akufo-Addo for corporate organisations, UniBank Limited has made a sizeable contribution for Ghana's upcoming 60th Anniversary celebrations

BoG Ȼ4.6bn saga: I don't know who owns Sibtons Switch - Spokesperson

The Bank of Ghana has mounted a spirited defence for a controversial Ȼ4.6 billion contract to a private company to operate a new retail payment system infrastructure.

World Bank charges Ghana to raise its consumer protection standards

The World Bank Group has charged the government of Ghana to urgently improve its consumer protection standards to promote the health, safety, and security of consumers.

$500m investments expected as companies renew interest in Ghana's mining sector

Mark Bristow is unlikely to return to Obuasi, the Ghanaian gold mine he has twice stalked in the past 20 years before declining to invest.

“Ghana is open for business” - Akufo-Addo tells investors

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has indicated to investors that Ghana is open for business, assuring of the creation of a conducive business environment which will ensure…

1.2bn NHIS debt crippling pharmaceutical industry

Source: Business & Financial Times Ghana Local pharmaceutical manufacturers have expressed worry over outstanding debts owed drug suppliers by the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), saying the…

Let’s Make Internet Safer for Children and Young Adults – Tigo Ghana

As Africa rapidly joins the global community in moving its data & information storage, from the traditional ‘paper and shelf system’ to what is considered as ‘cyberspace’, there is a rising concern…


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