President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is expected to lay the foundation stone for the construction of a technologically-advanced cement grinding factory for CBI Ghana at the Tema Free Zones Enclave on Tuesday, 15th August, 2017.
Accra, Aug. 9, GNA - The year-on-year inflation rate fell for a third straight month this year to 11.9 percent in July from 12.1 percent in June on the back of a stable cedi and easing transport inflation.
Accra, Aug. 7, GNA - The Ghana Chamber of Commerce has urged the Government to take a critical look at taxation of the telecommunication sector by specifically reviewing the mobile sector taxes to enhance efficiency and affordability.
The Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) and its IT partner-West Blue Consulting have commissioned another electronic zone (e-zone) facility at the premises of Ghana Union of Traders' Association (GUTA) headquarters in Accra.
Tamale, Aug. 3, GNA - Hajia Alima Mahama, the Minister for Local Government and Rural Development (MLGRD), has called on Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives (MMDCEs) to give priority attention to agriculture development.
The Israeli Ambassador to Ghana and Liberia, Ami Mehl, has expressed shock over the quantity of rice importation into Ghana, calling it "crazy"
Interacting with journalists at the B-Bovid agriculture facility in the Mpohor-Wassa East District of the Western Region, the head of the Israeli delegation said Ghana must take serious measures aimed at improving agricultural practices to reverse the annual import of rice of up to a billion US dollars, coupled with the high importation of poultry products from the Americas.
Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) has been at the forefront of enhancing fish production in the country by providing support to players in the aquaculture sector and those engaged in the more traditional forms of marine and inland fishing.
he Komenda Sugar Factory is expected to resume full production in October, this year when the major harvesting period for sugarcane spanning October to March begins per government's announcement but information reaching this paper indicates that the factory is virtually on its knees.
information gathered by BUSINESS GUIDE indicates that Fidelity Bank, the largest privately owned indigenous bank in Ghana, is set to lay off 190 of its employees, including 110 permanent and 80 contract staff.