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The Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC), has called on Ghanaian businesses to ensure that their Technology Transfer
Ghana’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth outturn in 2023 could be higher than the 1.5% envisaged under the International
The secondary bond market was lackluster last week, with a lifeless week opening and a rebound in the last two trading sessions.
The Bank of Ghana has maintained the monetary policy rate at 30 per cent after reviewing developments in the economy. This means
Average lending rate continue to remain within the 31% bracket after falling from a high of 35.8% in January 2023 to 31.15% in
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