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Governor : BoG In No Rush To Announce New Capital Requirement

Governor of the Bank of Ghana, Dr. Ernest Addison, has said that the central bank is in no rush to announce the widely anticipated...

Tamale: Traders To Hit Street Over Decongestion Exercise

About 200 traders in the Tamale Metropolis are threatening to hit the street today, Wednesday in protest of the decongestion exercise there. On May 15, 2017...

Producer Price Inflation Drops To 4.8%

The producer price inflation has fallen from 6.0 percent in March to 4.8 percent. This means the cost of production for industries has seen...

Emirates Introduces Sustainable Blankets

Emirates has introduced new sustainable blankets made from 100% recycled plastic bottles. The soft and warm blankets are made using ecoTHREAD patented technology and...

$7m Elmina Fish Processing Plant Opens

Government has inaugurated the Elmina Processing Plant in Elmina in the Central region. The US$7.48m project, according to the minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development,...

Ghana To Request Extension Of IMF Programme To Dec 2018: Sources

Ghana's government will ask the International Monetary Fund to extend its support programme to December 2018 from April 2018 to boost efforts to stabilize...

Harvard Student Submits Rap Album As Final Thesis, Graduates With Honours

An Ivy League student will be graduating with one of the highest accolades after submitting a 10-track rap album for his final thesis, the first to do so...

Fishermen Vow To Continue Light Fishing

Fishermen into light fishing have vowed not to quit the trade until government stopped Chinese vessels and other foreign vessels from fishing on Ghanaian...

Textile Workers To Be Laid-Off

General Secretary of the Ghana Federation of Labour, Abraham Koomson has hinted that more workers in the textiles industry are expected to be laid-off...

Fuel Smuggling Won’t Stop Without Sanctions – Oil Firms

Firms in the downstream petroleum sector remain livid about the activities of criminals who dump products meant for neighbouring countries back onto the Ghanaian...