In an effort to ensure safety standards and awareness to minimise risks and hazards associated with daily work, management of B5 Plus Ltd, a leading steel producing company in the country has organised a training clinic for its technicians at the factory in Kpone.
Countries that are facing the shock of drop in commodity prices on the world market would have to “use flexible exchange rate regime in order to operate as a shock absorber”.
The World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim, has appointed Victoria Kwakwa, a Ghanaian, as the new Regional Vice President for the bank’s East Asia and Pacific region with effect from April 15.
World Bank Group President, Jim Yong Kim, says a weakening global economy threatens progress toward ending extreme poverty by 2030.
The head of Ghana’s Civil Service, Nana Kwesi Agyekum-Dwamena has said Ghana’s forty-year development plan stands the chance of failing if the traditional ways of doing things in the country are not changed.
Management of the West Hill Mall on the Kasoa-Cape Coast Highway has denied media reports that the mall was closed down due to a suspected terror scare yesterday.
Economist and lecturer at the University of Ghana Business School Dr. Laud Mensah has cautioned government not to take advantage of the election period to overspend.
An economist, Dr Ebo Turkson, has cast doubt over the government's attempt at achieving a single-digit inflation considering what he says its excessive spending and borrowing.
The Bank of Ghana has ruled out any possibility of succumbing to government’s pressure to print more currencies especially in an election year.
The chief executive officer of the Ghana Association of Ghana Industries, Seth Twum Akwaboah says the association is happy with government’s effort in stabilizing the exchange rates.
Countries with high and increasing debt like Ghana need to pursue further fiscal consolidation measures, the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said.
The country’s digital lifestyle brand, Tigo Ghana, has set aside the month of April, to celebrate major milestones and deepen awareness of its award-winning mobile money solution ‘Tigo Cash’ among staff and the unbanked populace.