The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has reacted to comments by former Deputy Governor, Dr Johnson Asiamah that utterances of officials were to be blamed for the collapse of some savings and loans companies in addition to how the cleaning up of the banking sector was done.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (The Commission) has assured the investing public that there is no need for public withdrawals as it introduces regulatory measures to help ensure a stable, efficient, transparent and fair marketplace where investors’ funds are protected.
The Sector Manager for Sika Aba Buyer Limited, a cocoa merchant company, Mr Albert Ankomah, has advised farmers to adopt integrated pest management on their farms to reduce agrochemical usage on cocoa plants.
Ghana and Togo have adopted a common methodology for the conduct of field work to establish a land boundary terminus (LBT) as part of moves to resolve the maritime boundary dispute between the two countries.
The Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) has advised the public to ensure that discussion on the cocoa sector and in particular, the producer price paid to cocoa farmers for their produce, were guided by facts and not sentiments.
Pharmanova Ghana Limited has pledged its commitment to manufacturing and delivering innovative and high-quality products which include a broad portfolio of prescription as well as “over the counter” (OTC’s) medical products.
The Peasant Farmers Association of Ghana (PFAG) has called on the government to channel its subsidised fertilisers through farmer groups and associations for subsequent distribution to members to avoid smuggling.
After almost six years of emotions-laced negotiations and tedious ground work, the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement (CFTA) came into force in May this year, when The Gambia emerged the crucial 22nd member of the African Union (AU) to ratify it.