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2018 Budget: Government proposes drastic reduction in Electricity tariffs

Government has announced plans to drastically reduce electricity tariffs next year. The proposal is however yet to be approved by the Public Utilities Regulatory...

#2018GHBudget: Akufo-Addo Has Killed Dumsor – Finince Minister

Minister for Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta, has attributed the end of the country's erratic  power supply to the ruling New Patriotic Party government's efforts. The country...

Inflation Falls To 11.6% In October

Ghana’s annual consumer price inflation fell to 11.6% in October from 12.2% the previous month on the back of lower transport and health costs,...

Highlights of #GHBudget2018

Minister of Finance Ken Ofori-Atta has started presenting the 2018 Budget and Economic Policy Statement to Parliament today, Wednesday, 15 November, 2017. Ministries, Departments and...

Post-Harvest Losses Hampering Food Security- Study

Ghana’s quest to achieve food security and sufficiency all year round is hampered by post-harvest losses.A study by the Africa Post Harvest Losses Information...

Importers Unhappy With Import Levy Retention

Some importers and forwarders in Tema have expressed disappointment at the inability of the government to remove the special import levy which is the...

Ghana Statistical Service Gets New Board

A seven member Board of the Ghana Statistical Service has been inaugurated at a ceremony held at the Ministry of Finance today, by the...

Tema Port Expansion Key To Ghana’s Development – Akufo-Addo

President Nana Akufo-Addo says the ongoing Tema Port Expansion Project is a major intervention to speed up the pace of Ghana’s development in the...

Smart Drivers License Issuance Begins Tomorrow

The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority set to begin issuance of the new chip-based smart driver’s license tomorrow. According to the DVLA those who will...

#2018Budget: Economy To Grow By 6.8%

Ghana's economy is expected to grow by 6.8% in 2018, representing  an increase of  0.5 percent as compared to 2017 which was pegged at...