The maiden Ghana Finance Week (GFW), a festival of financial industry events designed to showcase and celebrate the best of finance and encourage financial inclusion while providing networking, social learning and business opportunities in Ghana, will now be held from 10th -13th Oct 2018.
The Ghana Maritime Authority (GMA) has warned that some 247 Ghanaian registered ships risk losing their licences to fly Ghana’s flag if they are unable to clarify their statuses by the end of August this year.
The Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) has postponed the release of the inflation figures which were meant to be premised on the new rebased consumer price index (CPI), the average change in prices of goods and services.
Illegal tourism facilities, particularly, hotels and guest houses operating without the requisite licenses from the Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) are to be closed down during a one week enforcement exercise by the Eastern Regional GTA.
THE GRAPHIC BUSINESS has learnt that some traders are abusing the import exemptions granted them under the Economic Community of West Africa States (ECOWAS) Common External Tariff (CET) programme by rebagging imports from Asia and tendering them in as West African produce to be able to escape payment of duties.
As part of measures to deal with the problem of fake insurance certificates, the National Insurance Commission (NIC) is to roll out a central database system where all policies issued by insurance companies would reflect to ensure easy verification.