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AGI want speedy disbursement of US$1bn pledge from Gov’t

The Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) is urging government to redeem its pledge of releasing US$1 billion made to the industry. Government through the Finance...

GRIDCo, NEDCo ask for 95% & 40% respective upward tariff review

The Ghana Grid Company Limited (GRIDCo) made a loss of GHc76 million as at September 2018, the manager in charge of market operation Kofi...

MoC inaugurates 6-member Ministerial Advisory Board

A six member Ministerial Advisory Board has been inaugurated for the Ministry of Communication (MoC). The members were inaugurated when the Mrs. Dorothy Afriyie-Ansah, a...

AWA welcomes entry of Passion and Unity Air

Africa World Airlines’ Richard Kyere says the domestic airline is not afraid of competition with the emergence of new entrants; Passion Air and Unity...

34 events endorsed for ‘The Year of Return Ghana 2019’

GTA targets 500,000 visitors The Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) under the auspices of the Ministry of Tourism Arts and Culture and the Diaspora Affairs...

Gov’t begins moves to issue US$ 3bn in bonds

Government on January 13, 2018 through the Ministry of Finance initiated processes for the issuance of  US$ 3 billion in sovereign bonds on the...

Business Dev’t Ministry, Trade Fair to build SMEs capacities

...2019 Trade Fair opens Feb 28 The Ministry of Business Development and Ghana Trade Fair Company have initiated processes aimed at holding business seminars for...

Ghana not tapping into US$146bn global marijuana market

As the value of the global marijuana market is set to hit US$146.4 billion in the next six years, Ghana is yet to take...

2-year Treasury bond re-opens today

Government will from today re-open the two-year Treasury Bond tap issuance, which will mature in January 2021. The bonds will be issued with each having...

GRCL paves way for Accra-Tema train services

Ghana Railway Company Limited (GRCL) on Monday begun to vacate encroachers on the Accra-Tema rail lines, which would pave way for the resumption of...

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