The love for figure painting way back in school has led 26 year old Edwin Ofori Antwi to develop the flair for drawing with the pencil. Without difficulty, he is able to seamlessly combine two separate photographs into one original artwork.
J A Plant Pool, distributors of Chinese heavy duty equipment and other vehicles, is to establish a vehicle assembling plant in the country to assemble trucks, buses and other earthmoving and heavy duty equipment.
The former Majority Leader in Parliament, Mr Cletus Avoka, has reminded members of Parliament that the natural resource sector of the country remains the most delicate sector of any country’s economy, which must be accorded adequate attention.
Attempts by Aluworks to raise GH¢30 million through a rights issue have tumbled albeit successful. Grahic Business' Maxwell Adombila Akalaare looks at the underlining factors and the impact on the company’s operations and reports that an investment analyst with Ecobank Development Corporation (EDC), Mr Mahama Iddrisu, fears the company's inability to raise the GH¢30 million mark could be an indictment on the ability of its management to steer the affairs of the company.
The Chief Executive Officer of Kasapa Telecom Limited, operators of the Expresso mobile/data service in the country, Mr El-Amir Ahmed El-Amir, has downplayed the impact of the declining market share of the company’s GSM services among competition.
With Africa’s economies riding the crest of the global commodities wave, there is an unprecedented opportunity to convert the region’s vast resource wealth into investments that could lift millions out of poverty, create jobs, and bring hope to future generations.
Some victims of the recent Kantamanto fire outbreak who took loans from Advans Ghana Savings and Loans have been financially supported with a first phase of GH¢115,000 as insurance cover from Star Microinsurance through its MicroEnsure policy.
The Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) has launched the 2013 edition of the Ghana Industry Awards to reward and recognise the sterling contributions of companies and individuals to the industrial growth of the economy.
The Dumpong Rural Bank in the Kwahu South District in the Eastern Region last year made a giant stride in its operations, registering a pre-tax profit of GH¢319,070.00 as against GHȻ91,645.00 recorded in 2011.