Sunday, February 25, 2018

Ghana on track to reduce budget deficit — President Mahama

President John Dramani Mahama says Ghana is on track to record a budget deficit below its target this year, because of more disciplined government...

July inflation shoots up to 17.9 per cent

Announcing the July inflation figure at a news conference in Accra yesterday, Dr. Nyarko said the monthly change in the inflation rate for July...

Ghana’s economy needs growth above 8 pct to create jobs: president

Ghana's economy needs to expand by more than eight percent a year to create jobs for its growing population, its president said on Wednesday,...

Bank of Ghana announces new monetary policy measures

The Bank of Ghana has announced some new measures that will go a long way to better manage the amount of cedis in circulation. The...

MTN Mobile Money Month Launched

MTN launched its Mobile Money Month on Tuesday at the Makola market in Accra under the theme, ‘Mobile Money, driving financial inclusion in Ghana.’ Launching...

VRA turns down request by Tullow to increase gas supply from Jubilee Field

Joy Business has gathered that state power generator has turned down a request by Tullow to supply gas from Jubilee Field for the T2...

Gold price hits record low; crude oil price dips

Gold price has hit its lowest since 2010. The precious metal is today trading slightly above 1000 dollars an ounce. The decline is being influenced...

Farmers to benefit from Yara and USAID/ADVANCE Partnership

Thirteen thousands smallholder farmers in the Northern, Upper East and Upper West regions are to benefit from a partnership between Yara Ghana Ltd., a...

Gov’t Blows GH¢666m Oil Cash

The Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP) has challenged Government to disclose how it used an amount of GH¢666 million from the Annual Budget...

Developers challenged to develop user-friendly apps

Vice President Kwesi Amisssah Arthur has challenged  developers web applications to build programmes that are user-friendly and appeal to people. Speaking at the first African...

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