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Daily Archives: March 2, 2018

US$480m Eco Medical Village will put Ghana on health tourism map – Senior Minister

Senior Minister, Yaw Osafo Marfo, has touted plans for the construction of US$480 million eco medical village as an opportunity for Ghana to lead...

US Ambassador commends Krif Foundation’s good governance initiative

The United State Ambassador to Ghana, Robert Jackson has complimented Krif Ghana Limited over the company’s Good Corporate Governance Initiative (GCGI) which aims at...

UMB launches Mobile Banking App, UMB SpeedApp

Universal Merchant Bank (UMB), stemming from their innovative use of technology and distinctive banking solutions, has announced the launch of UMB SpeedApp, their fully-loaded...

Stanbic’s Achiever Breakfast Series hints at exciting service offerings

Decision makers in Stanbic Bank’s workplace banking proposition have shared their experiences about their relationship with the bank over the years in the maiden...

Canadian High Commissioner calls on Minerals Commission board

The Canadian High Commissioner to Ghana, H.E. Heather Cameron, has called on the Board of the Minerals Commission to discuss areas of co-operation and...

There’s more to oil super-majors than tax revenue

Ghana’s oil and gas industry watchers want upstream players to pay progressively higher taxes to the State, in every new exploration agreement, arguing that...

KPMG donates 20 computers to the Dzorwulu Junior High School

KPMG, the oldest auditing and consulting firm in the country has donated 20 new computers to the Dzorwulu Junior High School in Accra. The donation...

Government seeks India’s support for Agric sector development

…………as it plans to engage 5 million farmers this year Government has appealed to the Indian government for technology and expertise support for the development...

Ghana to tighten controls on gold exports to protect revenues

Ghana will certify the value of gold exports as part of efforts to tighten controls on the sector to ensure the state receives the...

Farmers lament losses over poor seeds supply

Some farmers who benefited from the supply of seeds under the Planting for Food and Jobs program, have begun counting their losses as it...

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