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Daily Archives: June 4, 2018

Develop strong institutions to focus on professional dev’t – Dogbegah

The construction sector chair of the Association Ghana Industries (AGI), Rockson Dogbegah has called for the need to focus attention on professional development through...

Tourism Minister meets creative artistes

Tourism Minister, Mrs. Catherine Afeku, has met stakeholders in the creative arts industry to deliberate on issues posing significant challenges to their operations. The meeting...

Local suppliers benefit from US$1.23bn mining spend

Local manufacturers and suppliers in the mining sector, in 2017, benefited from the US$ 1.23 billion spent by mining firms in the country, the...

Nestlé targets 50million children for micronutrient fortification by 2030

Nestlé has reaffirmed its target to reach 50 million children for micronutrient fortification by 2030 through its Goodness in Milk campaign to address under...

Mineral Development Fund given shot in the arm

…secretariat set up to efficiently manage Fund The Lands and Minerals Resources Minister, John Peter Amewu has disclosed his ministry has set up the Mineral...

Funding delays implementation of IPSAS

US$7m required for operationGhana’s quest to effectively rollout and implement the International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS) by 2023 risks being delayed due...

Ban on artisanal mining causing significant revenue losses

Even as government claims it is preparing to lift the ban on small scale mining of gold, which has been in force since March...

Imports of petroleum products declined in 2017 – CBOD Report

87mmt as against 4.4mmt in 2016 Petroleum imports for last year, decreased to 3.87 million metric tonnes (mmt) from 4.4mmt. in 2016, the 2017...

Textile dealers given three months grace period to affix tax stamps

An additional period of three months is expected to be granted, upon the start of the implementation of the tax stamp on textile prints...

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