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    Industries using more casual workers — TDCL

    The Tema District Council of Labour (TDCL) has bemoaned the new trend of industries making use of casual workers instead of employing permanent staff. Mr Emmanuel Addo-Kumi, Secretary for the TDCL, speaking to the...

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    Five oil companies suspended

    Five oil companies that under-declared or failed to declare returns on fuel they loaded at the Tema Tank Farm (TTF) this year have been suspended by the National Petroleum Authority (NPA) until they are able to reconcile their...

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    BoG records fraud cases amounting to GHS244.32m

    A total of 1,001 fraud cases were reported to the Bank of Ghana (BoG) from universal banks, non–bank financial institutions (NBFIs) and rural and community banks (RCBs) in 2016. The monetary value involved in the...

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    Ghana’s economy grew 8.5 per cent in 2017

    Ghana’s economy grew provisionally by 8.5 percent in 2017 compared to 3.7 percent recorded in 2016, the Ghana Statistical Service said on Wednesday. Acting Government Statistician, Mr Baah Wadieh, who announced this, attributed...

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    Agric minister woos Czech investors

    The Minister of Food and Agriculture, Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto, is wooing Czech investors to the agricultural sector in Ghana. He has told Czech investors that Ghana has some of the best policies for foreign investors...

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    Maintain high safety standards in mining – GMWU

    The Ghana Mineworkers’ Union (GMWU) has called on the Minerals Commission to speed up with the ongoing investigations being conducted into the mine accident that occurred on the premises of Newmont Ghana Gold Limited, Ahafo,...

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    Govt embarks on non-deal roadshow to Japan

    Government’s resolve to make Ghana the financial hub in the sub-region and to diversify the sources of funds for Ghanaian bonds will receive a boost as Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta leads a delegation to Japan. A...

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    Banks must raise a whoppin GH¢13bn by Dec.

    As banks race against time to meet the central bank’s December 31 minimum capital requirement deadline, they are projected to require a total GH¢13billion of fresh capital – a task indigenous banks in particular say is too...

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    Vodafone launches PayDay promotion to mark 10yrs

    Vodafone Ghana has launched a new promotion, dubbed ‘Vodafone PayDay’, as part of activities to mark the company’s 10th anniversary of operating in the country. The three-month long promotion will see thousands...

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