The government has described the recent oversubscription of its Eurobond as an overwhelming vote of confidence in Ghana's economic resurgence and a recognition of the credibility of Ghana's economic management team.
Ghana believes in trade cooperation but just as a lot of trade from Turkey is coming into Ghana, “we also want to have a lot of trade going the other way as well,” Mr Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, the Minister of Information has told the new Turkish Ambassador to Ghana.
The Chief Executive Officer of Axis Pensions Group, Mr Afriyie Oware, has called for a new strategy to guide the investment of pension funds to ensure that they served as long term capital to drive growth in the real sector.
Transitions, the funeral services subsidiary of the Enterprise Group, has upgraded the skills and capacities of its staff to enable them to provide better services to their clients and befitting farewells to the deceased.
The Minister of Trade and Industries, Mr Alan Kyerematen, has called on stakeholders in the shea industry to work towards transforming the sector into a resilient, lucrative, socially equitable and sustainable commodity.
The Minister of Finance, Mr Ken Ofori-Atta, has said the government will make changes in charges and fees at the ports to make them more business friendly and enhance their competitiveness in West Africa.
The two lead growers of cocoa have jointly rejected aspects of a global standard on cocoa production as inimical to the fortunes of smallholder farmers and the cocoa industries in the two countries in general.
Last Friday, Ghana joined the rest of the world to mark another International Women’s Day, the day set aside to celebrate the economic, political, social and cultural achievements of women across the globe and a call-to-action to progression of gender parity all over the world.