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Vice President Dr Mahamadu Bawumia says the Akufo-Addo administration will woo investors to build a cement factory in East Mamprusi in the Northern Region. Bawumia, who is on a four-day tour of the Northern...

The Ghana Community Network Services Limited (GCNet) has presented a cheque for GH¢17million to the government. This represents the final payment of dividend for 2016. The company had earlier paid a...

ccomplished banker Jude Arthur has been appointed Board Chairman of the GCB Bank. This comes after changes were made to the composition of the Board. Lydia Essah and Raymond Sowah will also serve as directors...

Starts-up businesses will soon benefit from a year tax holiday to serve as an incentive for them to gain a strong standing. This development forms part of the government’s efforts at reducing cost of...

Ghana and South Africa have committed to strengthening the existing trade ties between the two countries for the mutual benefit of both countries. Speaking at the Ghana-South Africa business forum held...

GPRTU, which is the umbrella body that unites private commercial vehicle owners and their drivers in Ghana, said that there was a rumour of a statement circulating that transport operators had agreed...

The factory, estimated at 50 million Euros, will create 3,000 jobs when the first phase is completed in 2019. The final phase will be completed in 2028. Managing Director of the GREL, Lionel Barre, made...

These targets include growth, fiscal deficit and the primary balance. According to the finance minister, the country’s primary balance is in the negative from a projected target of 1.3 percent set...

tandard Chartered has appointed Madam Mansa Nettey as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of StanChart Ghana. She assumes office from March 1, 2017, as the first female CEO of the Bank subject to regulatory...

he Majority in Parliament has backed claims by the Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia that the immediate past government failed to account for GHC 7 billion they spent while in office. Addressing the press...