Sunday, January 16, 2022
The highest court of the land, Supreme Court on Wednesday February 21, 2017, upheld that SIC’s appeal against Ivory Finance Company Ltd regarding a credit guarantee case which has been in court over the last five years. The unanimous decision of the apex court came with an order that, the...
Operators of Courier Services who have failed to acquire licences from the Postal and Courier Services Regulatory Commission (PCSRC) have been warned to do so immediately, or soon face prosecution. Under Section 10 of the Postal and Courier Services Regulatory Commission Act 649, offenders are liable to a fine of...
The use of e-bills pay in public institutions can reduce the human interface and help bring down corruption. E-bills pay is an electronic payment system that enables large corporate institutions to receive payment via the internet or mobile applications. It is one of the latest initiatives by Ghana Interbank...
Ghana can build on its good performance under the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) programme by focusing more on value addition to its export commodities like cocoa and Shea Butter and exporting to the US market. Available data from the US Economic Policy in Africa show that between 2016 and...
Sweden is one of the most innovative countries in the world, yet has a business culture that discourages bragging about its success. So, is this humility a help or a hindrance when it comes to start-ups? From household names such as Spotify and Skype, to gaming leaders King and Mojang and...
The Commercial Division of the Accra High Court will today rule on an application filed by Quantum Oil Terminals that seeks to prevent the International Finance Corporation and the OPEC Fund from commencing other proceedings on the matter already before the court in another jurisdiction. The court had earlier ruled...
Local participation in the upstream oil and gas sector will receive a major boost as the regulator, Petroleum Commission, moves to bridge the information gap in the award of procurement contracts through the first ever Local Content Procurement Conference. The aim of the conference is to provide a common platform...
It is a week to the implementation of government’s controversial tax stamp policy but beverage manufacturers, importers and exporters still maintain paper stamps are not the way to go. At a press conference organised by the Food and Beverage Association of Ghana (FABAG), with support from Ghana Union of Traders...
The National Board for Small Scale Industries (NBSSI), under the second phase of the Ghana Institutional Support Programme (GISP), has organised a ten-day workshop on business planning for new product development for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in Koforidua. This is in line with the current government’s industrial transformation...
The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has begun the process of drawing up guidelines that will encourage voluntary tax compliance, the Technical Advisor to the Commissioner-General of the GRA, Henry Yentumi, has said. “The administrative guidelines to go along with the tax policy are just in the final stages of preparation....
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