Angela Merkel to visit Ghana in August

July 11, 2018 The Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, Angela Merkel, will visit Ghana in August 2018 upon invitation of the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. Chancellor Merkel will be...

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Ghacem QLA Global Jury on a visit to assess Research projects

July 11, 2018 A member of the international jury of the ongoing Ghacem’s quarry life award competition, Mr. Stephane Riviere – who is also a Biodiversity and Natural Resources Expert-Global...

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NPLs reach GH¢8.6bn record high – BoG report

July 10, 2018 Despite moves by the central bank to sanitise the banking sector, the industry’s asset quality remains a source of concern as the Non-Performing Loans (NPLs) ratio remain high, the...

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GSE salivates over dawn of an era

July 10, 2018 The Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) is optimistic of achieving in a year what it could not achieve in its 29-year-old history. By giving five institutions, including MTN Ghana, the nod to raise...

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Govt eyes GH¢2.9bn in extra revenue

July 10, 2018 After revenue collections fell below projection in the first quarter of the year, the government is now setting its eyes on GH¢2.9 billion in extra revenue to help fund priority...

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Mid-year budget review: Tax net needs widening, not deepening – Economist

July 9, 2018 A major issue that the mid-year budget must seek to address is to focus on increasing revenue, and this must not be done by increasing the rate of taxation as government has hinted it will,...

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Banks must cough up extra GH¢3bn …to meet Basel requirements

July 9, 2018 Even as banks race to meet the central bank’s GH¢400million minimum capital requirement, they will have to work concurrently on meeting the stringent Basel regulatory framework – being...

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Deficit to be capped at 5% of GDP from 2019

July 9, 2018 Government’s budget deficit will be capped at 5 percent of GDP from 2019 as part of measures aimed at preventing fiscal slippages, Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has revealed. He...

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Cedi woes resurfaces

July 5, 2018 Despite a strong start to the year, the local currency has come under intense pressure from the US dollar resurrecting the woes of the cedi against its major trading partners. Data from the...

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GSE faces GH¢4.7bn capital hurdle as MTN, banks scramble for same funds

July 3, 2018 Telecom operator, MTN, and four banks are putting the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) to a historic test by seeking to raise a combined amount of GH¢4.67 billion on the market in a space of six...

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