Business Development Minister, Mohammed Awal, has assured Kenyan investors that the current government is committed to towards securing a win-win situation for every investor in Ghana.
GN Bank assures customers that their monies and investments with the bank are safe following a wildfire that razed down buildings.
Global Money transfer service provider, MoneyGram, has rewarded four lucky winners in their ongoing Ghana@60 promotion tailored to reward loyal customers and new entrants, has been held recently in Accra.
Yaw Amoakohene Baafi, a social scientist and communications specialist has been appointed by President Nana Akufo-Addo as Deputy CEO of the National Lotteries Authority (NLA).
Vice President Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia says government is committed to instituting the necessary reforms and structures to make Ghana the most business-friendly in Africa.
The Sales Area West Africa of global mining equipment giant, Sandvik Mining & Construction has celebrated a major milestone of working 2.5 million man-hours without a Lost Time Injury (LTI).
The Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) has announced a total of GH450 million to among other initiatives support the government’s ‘Planting for Food and Jobs’ programme.
Ghana Gas has signed a deal with Chinese multinational, Yantai Jereh Group, for the construction of an onshore natural gas pipeline from Aboadze to Tema.
Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta has assured government it will implement all the required reforms to help complete the International Monetary Fund (IMF) program as scheduled.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has indicated that it is still in discussion with Ghana over a possible extension of the fund program.
The Bank of Ghana says it will soon take a decision on some banks that are said to be going through some financial challenges and have resorted to liquidity support from the Central Bank.
The Vice President has disclosed that government will soon issue a 15-year bond to help it clear debts in the energy sector.
Government says it has no intention of issuing a Eurobond this year despite embarking on series of engagement with investors outside the country.
The demand for funding start-ups remains high in Ghana as the cost of production and growing a business steadily is one most entrepreneur cannot handle.
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The Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has courted the anger of the Minority in Parliament in his response to their queries of the $2.25 billion bond sold to investment fund Franklyn Templeton at 19%.
The Senior Management team of Invest in Africa (IIA), led by its Country Manager, Samuel Brandful has paid a courtesy call to the Minister of Trade and Industry, Alan Kwadwo Kyeremateng.
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Kumasi City Mall, the $95 million dollar retail facility, opened and commenced trading today, making the Ashanti regional capital the second city in Ghana with the complement of an A-grade shopping and recreational centre.
The Vice President has described the allegations of conflict of interest by the Minority MPs over a recent 15-year bond sale as mischievous and ignorant.
The Ghana Cocoa Board (Cocobod) has launched a project to treat and rehabilitate some 10,000 hectares of diseased and overage cocoa farms in the Western North and Eastern regions this year.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says it is optimistic the Akufo-Addo government’s debt management strategies would help reduce the Public debt.
Emirates, the largest international airline by passenger traffic, said on Wednesday it was cutting flights on five U.S. routes after restrictions imposed by President Trump's administration weakened demand from the Middle East.
Gold Coast, a subsidiary of Groupe Nduom, has put a smile on the faces of the children’s ward of the Accra Ridge Hospital and Accra Psychiatric Hospital.
Airport View Hotel has held series of activities to mark 15 years of its existence in Ghana’s hospitality industry.
The Finance Ministry has dismissed allegations of conflict of interest made by the Minority in Parliament against the Finance Minister in the issuance of a $2.25 cedi-denominated bond.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says Ghana will end the year without making significant progress in reducing its debt-to-GDP ratio.
The banking industry average base rate as at the end of March stood at 26.7%, data from the Bank of Ghana has shown.
Government’s decision to turn to the domestic market for loans to finance key projects has received the support of the IMF.
A Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Mr. Carlos Ahenkorah, says Ghana, a signatory to the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement is too small a country to have two Single Window operators.
Guinness Ghana Breweries Ltd is delighted to announce that Guinness FES was named Beer of the Year at the inaugural Ghana Beverage Awards recently at the Accra City Hotel.
The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has warned financial institutions to discontinue charging Value Added Tax (VAT) on financial services.
NSIA Insurance has out-doored a new product-Apakan together with the launch of its new office at Abeka-Lapaz in Accra over the weekend.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has advised Ghana to embark on some expenditure cuts, revenue-enhancing measures to diversify the economy.
A private banking consultant, Nilla Selormey, has reiterated the need for Africa to develop a diaspora strategy that will utilise skills of returnees to harness opportunities in the continent.
Letshego Holdings Limited a leading inclusive finance group providing consumer lending, microfinance and deposit-taking services to improve life, has concluded the 100% acquisition of afb Ghana Plc.
The Chairman of the Economic Management Team, Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and the Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta are leading a government delegation to the IMF/World Bank Spring Meetings.
Government has started engaging investors outside the country to try and address any concerns they have with the Ghanaian economy.
The Vice President has attributed the cedi’s robust performance on the interbank market to a “massive increase in Ghana’s foreign exchange reserves”.
The Vice President has disclosed that government is coming out with a stimulus package of GH220 million to support distress but viable companies across the country.
In the coming weeks it will be possible for companies to be registered in one day, the Vice president has assured.
The Vice President has touted the government's achievement in creating fiscal consolidation and stabilising the cedi in 100 days in office.
The Vice President says government is reprofiling the country's debt as a matter of strategy to enable it to replace more expensive debt with less expensive debt.
The Vice President has dismissed assertions the government has increased Ghana's debt by $2.25 billion in three months.
The Finance Minister has vowed to crack down on corruption and wasteful public spending as government attempts to plug a financing gap and keep its IMF programme on track.
Ghana's biggest telecommunications network, MTN Ghana says it is still committed to paying interest to Mobile Money customers on their network despite a request to discontinue by some subscribers.
Former Attorney General Dr Dominic Ayine has revealed that Africa & Middle East Resource Investment (AMERI) is unwilling to negotiate any new deal with government.
Ghana and Ivory Coast are the largest producers of cocoa but cocoa price volatility has been unfavourable to the two West African neighbours.
Finance Minister has said the sustained appreciation of the country's currency, the cedi, against the major trading currencies is no fluke.
The International Monetary Funds (IMF) is warning that threats to the Ghanaian economy are not over, therefore tough measures are still required to be implemented by authorities to stabilise the situation.