President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo says the days of high public debts, high fiscal deficits, high interest rates, rapidly depreciating currency, erratic power supply, will not be a feature of his government.
The Peasant Farmers Association of Ghana (PFAG) has raised concern over post harvest losses, which, it said, was having dire consequences for those in the food production value chain, especially farmers.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Plan (NEIP), Mr John Kumah has said that Ghanaian companies have lost out on the opportunity to be part of the top 200 businesses in Africa.
Women in the Prestea Huni-Valley District of the Western Region, are to benefit from a microfinance scheme established by the Member of Parliament for the area, Mrs Barbara Oteng-Gyasi, to facilitate access to small loans to expand their businesses.
The Minister of Communications, Mrs Ursula Owusu Ekufful, has re-echoed government’s commitment to ensuring digital transformation and its readiness to embrace TV White Space (TVWS) technology in Ghana.
The decision by the government to maintain the producer price of cocoa, which is US$1,808 in the face of the free fall of the commodity in the international market no doubt, can be described as a bold step.
The Ghana National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GNCCI) on November 17, 2018 held the Second Edition of its Chamber Business Awards on the Theme: “Empowering the Private Sector to Move Ghana Beyond Aid.”
A number of Slovenian companies have expressed interest in partnering with their Ghanaian counterparts with the hope that such partnerships will serve as a stepping stone for them to gain foothold in the West African sub-region.
Ghanaian companies supporting the country’s offshore upstream petroleum operations have been challenged to endeavour to grab a chunk of the multi-billion dollar procurement contracts announced by international oil companies for next year.
The Regional Manager of Knight Piesold (KP) Consulting, West Africa, Mr Jeffrey Coffin, has urged students within second cycle institutions to develop self-confidence and pursue engineering courses to help contribute towards national development.
With the proliferation of financial institutions and other business sectors that require the direct or indirect use of handling money, it has become very important for businesses to guard themselves against the likelihood of their investments going down the drain in fictitious ways masterminded by none but some of their own employees.