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First Klass Shipping to undertake charity projects in Ghana
No-deal Brexit could hit food supplies, says Stena Line
Local Cement Manufacturers call on Ghana Standards Authority to investigate Chinese producers
Realign Exim Bank toward exports financing—Ahenkorah
Nana Addo’s performance in energy sector, so far so good!
Financial & Insurance sector grows negative 24 months in a row
Audyz natural shea butter …taking shea butter to the next level
Experts call for investment in geospatial technologies to avert potential natural disasters
The evolution of Chinese automobiles in Ghana
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US$50bn century bond ill-advised – IFS

Cost of servicing could rise to US$250bn in 100yrs Domestic revenue can’t support bond Government’s planned US$50billion century bond to finance infrastructure development is...

Realign Exim Bank toward exports financing—Ahenkorah

NTEs earnings hit US$2.56bn Efforts by government to shore-up exports—both traditional and non-traditional—to generate much-needed forex earnings and to balance the country’s trade will...

No-deal Brexit could hit food supplies, says Stena Line

A no-deal Brexit could affect food supplies and see traders bypass Great Britain, the ferry firm Stena Line has warned. There is "very little readiness"...