The Central Regional Minister, Mrs Ama Benyiwa Doe, has
expressed regret at the poor revenue generation in Ekumfi due to low economic
activities in the district and said its performance was not encouraging.
In its quest to offer more companies the opportunity to use
the capital market in Ghana to raise funds for expansion, the Ghana Stock
Exchange (GSE) is to establish a parallel market which will be exclusively
focused on businesses with potential for growth.
The Managing Director of Tema Development Corporation
(TDC),Mr Joe Abbey, was among 14
members of staff who were presented with long-service awards for their
meritorious service at a thanksgiving and awards ceremony in Tema.
The Security and Exchange Commission SEC) has begun the
development of regulations to guide the establishment of a fund meant to help
raise money from within the country to finance the construction of houses for
Huawei Technologies Ghana, a leading telecommunication
solution provider, has supported the President’s Christmas encounter with a
presentation of stationery to 450 selected school pupils across the country.
The management of Multi Credit Savings and Loans Company has
indicated that its business is genuine and it is has been fully registered with
the Bank of Ghana and incorporated into Ghana Company’s Code.
The use of the automated teller machines (ATMs) of other
banks following the successful implementation of the shared platform has seen
significant growth to over 1,000 transactions a week, officials of the Ghana
Interbank Payment and Settlement Systems (GhIPSS), have disclosed.
Botoku is a small village in one of the remotest areas of
the Volta Region of Ghana. It has a small population of about 5,000 people. The
mainstay of the people is subsistence farming, an occupation which makes it
inpossible for anyone to predict their income level.
Thirty-one year old Eunice has been in the news lately,
being awarded not only as the youngest female civil engineer who owns a
construction company, but most importantly for excelling in her chosen field of
The FTSE Group (“FTSE”), the award winning global index
provider in partnership with the African Securities Exchanges Association (“ASEA”),
has launched the FTSE ASEA Pan Africa
Index Series, an independently calculated, rules-based performance benchmark
for Pan African equity portfolios.