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Lands minister orders the closure of mining company in the Ashanti region
Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, Peter Amewu, has ordered the immediate closure of a mining company Jale Professional services in Ashanti region.
Apple Set to Hit US$1Trillion Dollar Market Capitalization
Whether you are a career investor, farmer or a military veteran who just received his gratuity and looking for where to pitch his tent, you would beyond the promises of your possible investment…
Ghana to become ICT hub for West Africa- Ericsson MD
Ghana is well positioned to become the Information and Communication Technology(ICT) hub for West Africa, Managing Director(MD) of Ericsson Ghana, Roger Aramouni has said.
Economic agents will expect the central bank to maintain the policy rate- Lecturer
A lecturer at the economic department of the University of Ghana, Ebo Turkson says the Bank of Ghana should maintain the policy rate as the central bank is set to announce a new policy rate today May…
National Policy Summit to hit 216 district across the country-Minister
Government has hinted of its plans to decentralized the National Policy Summit [NPS] to every district across the country.
Payroll cleanup: 17,000 workers unpaid
More than 17, 000 unregistered workers on government payroll remain unpaid as the government continues its exercise of ridding the state’s payroll system of ghost names.
John Mahama to address AfDB Annual Meeting
Former President John Dramani Mahama is to address the 52nd Annual Meetings of the African Development Bank (AfDB) Group at Ahmedabad, India today.
Over 9,000 of 26,500 'ghost' workers paid after validation
About 9,300 out of the 26,500 public sector workers whose salaries were withheld for failing to undergo a biometric registration exercise with the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT)…
Ghana's debt up GHC 7bn in five months
Ghana’s public debt has reached GHc129.5 billion according to Bank of Ghana’s Summary of Economic and Financial Data issued Friday, May 19, 2017.
Uber to engage 1 million female drivers
Transport technology hub, Uber, has announced plans to robe in a million female driver-partners globally, including Ghana, to empower women economically. The initiative, which is expected to be…
Tullow to drill more oil wells after Ghana-Ivory Coast maritime dispute
Tullow Oil says plans are underway to resume drilling next year to boost output at its Tweneboa, Enyenra, Ntomme (TEN) field once the maritime dispute between Ghana and The Cote d’Ivoire is resolved.
Gov't ask CEPS to pull down barriers
The Customs and Excise Preventive Service (CEPS) division of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) will from September 1, 2017 remove all of its road barriers.
Volkswagen’s Porsche Bosses under Investigation
It was more or less a smooth travel for the German global auto giant who until now was reputedly the clear hero of ‘clean diesel’ cars.
Government’s debt to ECG hits 1.6 billion cedis
Government’s total indebtedness to the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) hit GH¢1.6billion as at March 2017.
$2.25 billion bond already yielding positive results-BoG Governor
The Governor of the Bank of Ghana, Dr. Ernest Addison says the issuance of the 2.25 billion dollars by the ministry of finance in April was necessary to restructure Ghana’s debt.
MoF inaugurates nine-member GRA board.
Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has inaugurated a nine-member Board to steer its affairs.
Ford 'set to shed 10% of workforce'
Ford is planning to cut around 10% of its global workforce in an attempt to boost profits, according to reports.
Fresh Air for Africa's Oil Producers: Crude Oil Prices Set to Increase
So often than not, the economic fate of nations are determined by few factors: exchange commodity, its population, visitors to its tourist sites, among others.
Governments slashes price of Cocoa fertilizers by 53%
The government has slashed the price of fertilizers to Cocoa farmers in the country by 53%, to help boost the production of cocoa in the country.
US Exchange commission petitioned by Minority over the issuance of $2.25 billion bond
The Minority caucus in Parliament led by Haruna Iddrisu has petitioned the Security and Exchange Commission of the United States over the controversial issuance of US$2.25 billion bond by the Finance…