‘Support the growth of SMEs’ …Mohammed Awal tells development partners

The Minister for Business Development, Ibrahim Awal Mohammed, has urged the country’s development partners and investors to contribute to the growth of the Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) by helping to finance their operations.SMEs constitute about 90 percent of businesses ... — Read More

Population explosion could stifle dev't- NPC boss

 The Executive Director of the National Population Council(NPC), Dr. Leticia Adelaide Appiah has urged government to be concerned about the annual growth rate in the country, which she believes could derail the country’s developmental agenda.The country’s annual growth rate is 2.5percent ... — Read More

SDGs take center stage again at the 2017 Impact Africa Summit

Once again, government officials, the diplomatic community, development partners, business executives, academia, the media and civil society groups would come together for the second annual Impact Africa Summit: Ghana to continue discussions on the implementation and realization of the Sustainable Development ... — Read More

Economy still fragile...Ken Thompson

…gov’t must focus on agric, trade and industry Ken Thompson, Chief Executive Officer of Dalex Finance, has warned that the economy is still fragile and that government must focus on agriculture, and trade and industry in order to strengthen the economic fundamentals ... — Read More

Do not allow the Cedi to fall – Razia Khan

The Chief Economist for Africa at the Standard Chartered Bank, Razia Khan, has advised Ghana against any attempt to allow the cedi to fall to what some consider to be “its true value,” warning that it could drive up the country’s ... — Read More

Ambitious industrial agenda doable – Alan K.

The Minister of Trade and Industry, Alan K. Kyerematen, has said government’s ambitious industrialisation agenda, though seen by many as being overambitious, is very doable, and that it will be done.Speaking at the National Policy Summit (NPS) held in Accra themed: ... — Read More

Gov’t tips robust industry to revive economy

Government is counting on its rapid and aggressive industrialisation drive to tighten the macro economy and make it more viable for the private sector to thrive, President Nana Addo-Dankwa Akufo-Addo has disclosed.Opening the two-day National Policy Summit (NPS) of the Ministry ... — Read More

Gov’t moving to increase exports to the US

Government is moving to increase Ghana’s non-oil exports volumes to the United States from the current 12 million dollars to 500 million dollars by 2020, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has announced.To this end, government is in the process of finalising ... — Read More

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