Sunday, June 26, 2022
As part of efforts to impact social change, the first-ever Ghana Tea Club is set to launch in Accra. The Ghana Tea Club is a registered social club in Ghana to be the number one confluence for all tea-loving people in the country. The club is set up to connect...
Tropical Cable & Conductor Ltd. (TCCL) has marked its Silver Jubilee in Tema, under the theme ‘25 Years of Impacting Ghana: New Ideas, New Products, New Markets’, with the launch of an industry-first product. The new product, Coaxial TV Cable, is a type of communication cable specially manufactured with a...
Founder of the Art Africa Gallery Mr Kojo Choi in collaboration with tech giant LG Electronics at the launch of the new Art Africa Gallery to present his new works on the digital canvass of LG OLED TVs at the famous Osu Oxford Street in Accra, Ghana was the...
Societe General Ghana has launched its new loan product for the country’s Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) to boost and support their operations. The product - tagged ‘Boafo Loan’ - is aimed at providing short to medium loan facilities to the tune of GH¢600,000 without collateral to turn their...
Director at the Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER) at the University of Ghana, Professor Peter Quartey, has said that government and relevant stakeholders must do more to support the agriculture and the manufacturing sectors to help reduce the country’s rising inflation rate. Inflation rose to 27.6 percent...
A new report from Vivid Economics by McKinsey and the UK-funded financial sector development agency FSD Africa underlines the importance for financial institutions to unlock the potential benefits of investing in businesses that protect and grow nature. Applying first-of-its-kind analysis to three private banks and the financial systems of Zambia,...
Remittances to low- and middle-income countries are projected to rise by 4.2% in 2022 Inflows are expected to provide crucial support amid rising energy and food costs The pandemic highlighted the importance of remittances to emerging markets Funds are increasingly being sent via digital channels, with new start-ups...
As a consequence of the rapid shift toward more technologically-inclined financial services delivery, as well as a similar move in consumer behaviour, digital and soft skills have emerged as the most in-demand areas of competence banks are seeking. “We have seen an uptick in demand for programmes focusing on digitalisation,...
Exports of yam tubers reached a record-high of US$48million last year, according to data from the Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA) - making the country the world’s largest exporter of yam. The country now controls 24 percent of the US$200million global export market, growing its export value from US$38.5million in...
Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta has revealed that the African Trade Insurance Agency has been instrumental in addressing the country's balance of payments challenges and supporting the local currency. Speaking at the ATI annual general meeting’s opening ceremony, Mr. Ofori-Atta said ATl’s intervention is helping Ghana maintain adequate foreign exchange...
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