PDS debacle is a well thought-out state capture - Alex Mould

A former Chief Executive Officer of Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC), Alex Mould has questioned why Ghanaians and the media are quiet after the PDS investigation.

Keta port project: Residents uncertain about progress but MCE assures

Residents of Keta in the Volta Region, continue to express mixed feelings about the government’s determination to construct a seaport in the area.

A perspective on Credit Risk Management framework

A lot of financial experts have attributed the recent crises in the financial sector to several factors; prime amongst them being bad corporate governance.

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Alex Mould writes: It is Africa’s time to be smart and know the value of its assets

The bottom line is that Africa needs long term investment (money) at low rates to develop its much-needed infrastructure.

Posted: 18 days ago   Views: 2488
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If I were the Governor of the Central Bank of Ghana

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Shall we have LPG in a safe and congenial environment?

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Posted: 23 days ago   Views: 1634
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Protecting tier 2 occupational pension, tier 3 provident fund - The role of the custodian banks

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Posted: 25 days ago   Views: 2434
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Posted: 26 days ago   Views: 1286
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Take-and-pay agreements may jeopardise power sector -Part 2

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