The acting Managing Director of the Graphic Communications Group Limited, Mr Ransford Tetteh, has bemoaned the influx of imports into the country, explaining that the strong demand for such products means that Ghanaians are investing in the economies of other countries to the detriment of Ghana.
With the contribution of manufacturing to Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at a low of 4.5 per cent in 2017, the Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) says a strong conformity to international standards will be needed to reverse the trend and improve the competitiveness of companies in the ailing sector.
A last-minute decision by the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MoTI) to rescind its directive to all foreigners in the domestic retail business to leave the local market before July 27, this year has been met with stiff resistance from the Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA).
Developing a workable integrated port services to support the country’s oil and gas industry is non-negotiable, if the promise of endless benefits in store for Ghana’s economic transformation beyond the oil revenue is anything to go by.
Parliament on Friday approved the mid-year fiscal policy review of the 2018 budget statement and economic policy of the government, after a gruelling concluding debate between the Majority and Minority.
The Petroleum Commission (PC), in collaboration with the National Insurance Commission (NIC), will constitute a joint task force to ensure that players in the upstream oil and gas sector comply with local insurance regulations.
The Vice-President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has stated that notwithstanding the recent volatility of the Ghana cedi, the data shows that it has seen the slowest depreciation against the US dollar for the first eighteen months of any government since 1993.
The maiden draw to announce the first batch of daily winners in the “Devtraco Graphic Dream Home Promo’’ will be held tomorrow. Names of winners will be published in Wednesday’s edition of the Daily Graphic.
The Universal Merchant Bank (UMB) says it successfully collaborated with the Ghana Police Service to cause the arrest of an unscrupulous syndicate that attempted to attack the bank’s infrastructure last week.
The Ghana Chamber of Bulk Oil Distributors (CBOD) has described as inaccurate and unintendedly misleading, the statement by the National Petroleum Authority (NPA) that it has suspended two of its members for tax evasion.