Huawei’s Consumer Business Group is certainly on the rise, and this was in fully on show in Accra as the global smartphone giant makes another indelible mark with launch of its new Huawei Y9 device in Ghana on Thursday October, 8 at the Tang Palace Hotel.
The Finance Minister, Mr Ken Ofori-Atta, has defended government’s plans to issue a Century Bond in the coming months, stating that long-term debts are needed to uplift the country and the citizenry from the “hand-to-mouth existence.”
About a year ago, the Minister for Finance, Mr Ken Ofori-Atta announced in the 2018 Budget Statement and Economic Policy a number of fiscal measures aimed at improving Government’s domestic revenue mobilisation.
The Ghana Free Zones Authority (GFZA) is undertaking an independent audit of all licensed duty-free shops and household plastic manufacturing companies found to have violated the Free Zone Act 1995 (ACT504).
The Danquah Institute (DI) has served notice that it will take legal action against the parties involved in the building and operation of a new terminal at the Tema Harbour if the parties do not renegotiate the terms of the project to ensure that the country is not shortchanged.
The Ghana Free Zones Authority has stated that it does not support illegal acts and would support the Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) in carrying out its mandate of policing goods entering and exiting Free Zone areas.
Mining has a considerable positive economic impact on most African countries, but with the right kind of support from government, industry, individual stakeholders and the general population, it can be even greater, the African Mining Network chairperson, Ms Yolanda Torrisi has said.
The StarTimes Satellite TV Project which will enable 300 rural settlements across the country to have access to satellite television will be completed and handed over to the Ministry of Communications on Friday, November 16, 2018.
The Executive Director of the Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP), Mr Ben Boakye, has reiterated the need for Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) to keep an eye on the whole process for the two oil blocks to be given out through direct negotiations.
Cal Bank Limited has revealed plans to transfer GH¢50 million from its income surplus to increase its stated capital to meet the GH¢400 million minimum capital requirement set by the Bank of Ghana (BoG).
The Executive Secretary of the Water Resources Commission, Mr Ben Y. Ampomah, has said getting sustainable financial resources to ensure water security poses a great challenge to the country’s resolve to make a difference in the water and sanitation sector.