Ghanaian Minister for Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Ms Shirley Ayorkor-Botchwey, has said Nigerian traders were not affected by the recent quit notice to foreigners to vacate the country’s retail markets.
Bankers are demanding a national conversation on how to restore trust in audited financial statements after seven banks collapsed in a spate of 12 months for irregularities that include manipulation of audited accounts.
The management of the newly established Consolidated Bank Ghana Limited (CBG) is asking customers of the five banks whose licenses were revoked to remain calm, assuring them that their deposits are in safe hands.
The owner of gold buying firm Menzgold Ghana Limited, Nana Appiah Mensah has described a public notice by the Bank of Ghana which states that his company is breaching section 6 (1) of the Banks and Specialised Deposit-Taking Institutions Act, 2016 (Act 930) as a joke and a diversionary tactic.
The Managing Director of the Ghana Post Company Limited, Mr James Kwofie says over 7.5 million people have used the Ghana Post GPS address system to search for locations in the country since its launch on October 18, 2017.
A GRAPHIC BUSINESS search at the Registrar General's Department (RGD) has confirmed that the newly established bank, the Consolidated Bank Ghana Limited, is 100 per cent owned by the Ministry of Finance on behalf of the Government of Ghana (GoG), with two public servants as its maiden directors.
Stakeholders in the banking sector are set to dialogue on developments within the sector when the Graphic Business hosts the Governor of the Bank of Ghana (BoG), Dr Ernest Addison, at a breakfast meeting in Accra next Wednesday.
The Bank of Ghana (BoG) Governor, Dr Ernest Addison, says he has had a tough time cracking the whip on underperforming banks in the country, explaining that the aftermath of the decision risk threatening the loyalty of his friendships.
A former President of the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI), Dr Tony Oteng-Gyasi, has observed that the lack of discipline and incessant corruption has made it impossible for the country to use import duties and tariffs as economic tools to curtail cheap imports and stimulate growth in the local industries.
Lapses in the enforcement of critical regulations, particularly in the financial services industry, have been attributed to the various grievous breaches which have created many challenges for stakeholders and threatened the continuous existence of the industry.
Emirates’ iconic A380 aircraft will operate a one-off flight to Kotoka International Airport (ACC), Accra, on October 2, as the airline joins Ghanaians in celebrating the opening of the Kotoka International Airport’s new Terminal 3.
Printing and packaging firms in the country have called on the government to exempt them from paying duties on raw materials such as paper, ink and cardboard to enable them to produce at lower costs and make their products affordable on the local market.
The Vice-President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has given an assurance that the government is working around the clock to ensure that communities, and by extension the entire country, get maximum returns from the extraction of mineral resources.
The General Overseer of the International Central Gospel Church, Dr Mensa Otabil, has carved an image for himself over the years as a visionary leader. Apart from his deep sense of spirituality, he has always been very passionate about the development of Africa.