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AGI demands further downward review of electricity tariffs

The Association for Ghana Industries (AGI) has pleaded with the government to further reduce electricity tariffs to enable manufacturing industries survive. Mrs. Gyamfua Owusu-Akyaw, the...

Ghana, Ecuador to cooperate on forestry development

The Governments of Ghana and Ecuador have signed an Aide Memoire (agreement) expressing interest to cooperate on environmental protection, with focus on forestry development. A...

The final race towards bank recapitalization

There are barely two months to the deadline set by the Bank of Ghana for banks in the country to meet the new GHc400...

Producers’ inflation drops to 5.6 % in September 2018

The Producer Price Inflation (PPI) for September 2018 has recorded a drop to 5.6 percent from 7.0 percent recorded in August 2018, representing 1.4...

we will resist CTN policy…GUTA tells government

The Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA) says its opposition to the Cargo Tracking Note (CTN) is infinite and any attempts by policy implementers...

4,731MT of staple food traded across 2 major corridors in West Africa

A total of 4,731 metric tonnes of staples foods have been traded across two major corridors: Ghana-Burkina Faso and Nigeria-Niger, under the West Africa...

Don’t manage without HND, 5-year experience

GTA reminds hoteliers The Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA), is urging all hoteliers to comply with the law by operating with an HND certificate or...

Digitized Permit Process for mining sector on track – EPA

Digitization of the process of approving permits by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for mining companies operating in the country is currently underway, to...

UNIDO, Swiss gov’t deepen trade ties with Ghana

...as they mark 10 years of cooperation The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and the Swiss government have expressed commitment to further deepen and...

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