Maintaining policy rate will not erode gains made – Economist

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGoogle+PinterestAlthough inflation, which is a key determinant in setting the policy rate, is hovering around 10% for June after inching

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Not educating girls costs countries trillions of dollars – World Bank Report

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGoogle+PinterestLimited educational opportunities for girls and barriers to completing 12 years of education cost countries between US$15 trillion and US$30

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Fuel prices to go up by 3%

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGoogle+PinterestThe Institute of Energy Security (IES) is predicting a 3% increase in fuel prices for the second half of July.

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Institute of Directors pushes for mandatory training of directors

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGoogle+PinterestThe Institute of Directors is set to push for a mandatory training of directors for both public and private institutions.

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Improve service delivery to boost tourism sector

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGoogle+PinterestThe Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) has impressed upon players in the tourism industry and car rental industry to properly

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Supply of smock dresses outstrips demand in Upper West

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGoogle+PinterestThe production and supply of smock dresses in the Upper West Region have exceeded demand due to the absence of

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‘We’re ready to support 1D1F’—contractors

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGoogle+PinterestSome players in the construction industry have expressed their readiness to support government’s One District One Factory project. According to

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International bodies mount pressure on govt to lift ban on mining

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGoogle+PinterestSome international bodies are mounting pressure on government to lift the ban on all small scale mining activities to allow

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Ban on fishing to start on August 7 – MOFAD

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGoogle+PinterestGovernment has imposed a one month ban on all fishing activities in the country. The ban takes effect from August

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‘Ghana is the future of Africa’: Why Google built an AI lab in Accra

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGoogle+Pinterest“Google is just a giant scientific research company that happens to make money,” this was my first impression when I

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