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7-year T-Bond issuance opens today

Government will today start the process for the issuance of seven-year treasury bonds with the opening of the book-build. This follows the release of an initial pricing guidance for the bond issuance through the Ghana Stock Exchange, yesterday. According to an announcement made by the Bank of Ghana on Friday, …

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Govt moves to avert Ghana-Nigeria Trade show down

The inter-agency Taskforce on foreign retail trade set up by Government to enforce compliance of trade regulations on foreigners engaged in retail business in the country will commence its operations today. Consequently, all foreign retail shops closed by Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA) for flouting Section 27 of the …

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Kelni GVG deal has saved Ghana $66m – Ursula

Minister of Communication, Mrs Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, has disclosed that Ghana has saved US$1.1 million monthly since the introduction of the Kelni GVG Common Platform. She explained that, over the five-year contract period, “a total savings of US$66 million” would have accrued. Kelni GVG was a government contract worth US$89 million in …

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[VIDEO]: Meet the 11 Year Old female Barber In Ghana

While most teens in Junior High School or Primary are beginning to think about what they want to do as work in future, a Yawamatwa 11-year-old girl is well into her aspiring career after finding her niche at a barbershop. The 11-year-old barber identified as Suzy Armah was spotted at …

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Food prices in Kumasi remain generally stable

Food prices in the major and satellite markets in the Kumasi Metropolis, have generally remained stable over the past few weeks, despite the recent increases in lorry fares across the country. A market survey conducted by the Ghana News Agency in Kumasi has indicated that prices of most vegetables and …

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Increasing debt levels worrying – IFS

Government’s policy to reduce the Communications Service Tax (CST) to 5 percent, provide free water for another three months, and pay the electricity bills of lifeline consumers and other fiscal populist strategies should be scrapped as the economy cannot raise enough revenue to support it, hence, increasing debt levels, the …

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ECOWAS Bank Injects Over $300million Into Ghana’s Economy

ECOWAS Bank for Investment and Development says it has invested over $300-million into Ghana’s economy. Areas of investment, the bank said to include, Energy, Trade, Technology, Tourism, and hospitality industry.Dr. George Nana Agyekum Donkor, the President of the Bank, made this known when he and other staff of the bank …

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