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Owusu Afriyie Akoto, Minister for Food and Agriculture, has cut the sod for the construction of a $50million food processing plant
 
Speaking to the Ghanaian media at Ouagadougou, where she was to participate in the activities marking Ghana Day at the 15th edition of the SIAO fair
 
The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has directed all forex bureau operators in the country to demand for a valid national identification of customers
 
The directive which has been in effect since July, is among the numerous interventions to sanitise the industry and protect the integrity
 
The tax campaign, which was third in the series, was on the theme: “Our Taxes, Contribute to Building Ghana.”
 
The demonstration, according to the Spokesperson of the aggrieved customers, Timothy Binob will be staged at the end of October, this year.
 
The Institute had attributed the expected increase to a rise in the average Brent crude price by 5.7 percent with a corresponding increment in prices.
 
The Central Bank is not to blame for the woes of the clients of gold investment company, Menzgold
 
Government's planned US$50billion century bond to finance infrastructure development is ill-advised and could be suicidal for the economy
 
He said the provisional quarter-on-quarter seasonally adjusted real GDP, including oil growth rate for the second quarter of 2018, was 1.3 per cent.
 
Kwaku Asiamah (middle), David Dorte (second from right) and other dignitaries from the Ministry of Transport at the press conference.
 
He explained that the initiative will aid foreigners to access locally-made products.
 
More than five per cent of the country’s surface area has been accorded official protection across 16 national parks and lower-profile conservation areas.
 
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has revised downwards its earlier 6.8 per cent Gross Domestic Product (GDP) projection for the Ghanaian economy
 
The Government, on Tuesday, said it has spent the first one and half years of its four-year tenure to revive and restore the Ghanaian economy.
 
The President of the African Rice Advocacy Platform (ARAP), Julius Wambura, has described as shameful the importation of $4 billion
 
President Nana Addo, Monday welcomed foreign investments into government's priority areas, promising a non-discriminatory policy to investors across.
 
The two tech companies compete aggressively in high-end smartphones, but Samsung also provides key parts for Apple's (AAPL) devices.
 
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