Parliament grants US$3.1 tax exemption to Avic International

June 23, 2020 Parliament has granted a waiver of domestic VAT amounting to US$3.15 million tax exemption to Avic International Holding Corporation of China. This is for the local purchases and services...

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Local companies make progress in PPE production for COVID-19 fight

April 27, 2020 Some local companies that have received financial support from government are making progress with the mass production of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to strengthen government’s...

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Inflation drops to two-month low …hits 7.8% in January

February 13, 2020 The general price level of goods and services has seen a marginal decline ever since it recorded its highest figure after the Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) started applying the new series...

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President’s monthly insight – December

December 23, 2019 The Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA) has announced its intention to undertake a nationwide publicity campaign in 2020 in respect of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA)....

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President’s monthly insight – August Edition

September 3, 2019 The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCTA), as defined by the African Continental Free Trade Agreement, is a free trade area among 54 out of 55 African Union nations. This free trade...

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Banks’ average lending rate inches up, hits 27.8%

April 25, 2019 Even though the country’s policy rate has been trending downward for the past two years and banks are now using the Ghana Reference Rate – a formula that allows the policy rate to...

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BoG bares teeth – Warns forex bureaux to conform to rules

April 25, 2019 The Bank of Ghana (BoG) says it will crack the whip on recalcitrant forex bureau operators who fail to comply with the laws governing forex trading in the country. The clampdown, which will...

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Africa Need To Balance Mobilizing Financial Resources And Controlling Indebtedness – Report

February 4, 2019 There is the need for governments to balance between mobilizing financial resources for economic development and controlling indebtedness to sustain growth. According to the “Foresight...

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President’s Monthly Insight – December 2018

December 20, 2018 Ghana’s 2018 microeconomic stability has been under the spotlight since January with several economic reports in the first quarter of the year giving predictions of a productive year....

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Government pledges 1% GDP to support STEM education

October 3, 2018 The Minister of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation, Prof. Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng, has announced that government has pledged a minimum of one percent of Gross Domestic product...

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