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Ghana’s currency depreciates by 8.3% first quarter 2012 as BoG cites trade pattern with China

  Ghana’s currency, the cedi, depreciated against the US dollar by 8.3% during the first quarter of 2012, according to the Bank of Ghana (BoG). This was against a 2% depreciation the currency recorded in the same period of 2011. A report prepared by the Bank’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) and released April 13, 20...

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Franchise option in Ghana

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Ghanaian entrepreneurs nominated for awards

Some prominent Ghanaian entrepreneurs have been nominated to receive awards at the maiden Ghana Entrepreneurs Awards, scheduled for Friday, April 15, in Accra. The awards are meant to commemorate World Entrepreneurship Day (WED) which is a 24-hour world-wide celebration of entrepreneurship and innovation since 2009....

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Ghana Tourist Board to promote domestic tourism

The Ghana Tourist Board (GTB) is to embark on an aggressive drive to promote domestic tourism in the country. The GTB has therefore appealed to parents to encourage their children, especially those in the secondary schools, to patronize tourist sites to enable them not only to have fun but to also learn more about the country’s histor...

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Two Ghanaian IT Start Ups named in Forbes Africa Top 20 List

Two young Ghanaian IT companies, Dropifi and SMSGH have been named in this year’s edition of Forbes Africa Magazine’s Top 20 Technology Start Up Companies in Africa.  Dropifi, a web messaging platform came in third, while SMSGH, a digital content aggregation company came in at 17th on a list that had leading technology star...

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Ghana oil: groups question Ghana’s readiness to manage environmental challenges

  Accra — A year after Ghana started its oil production questions are being asked about the country’s preparedness to handle major environmental issues like pollution. Community leaders whose areas are to host the country’s petroleum infrastructure are demanding what safety measures are in place for their people. C...

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Ghana to export gas to Benin

Ghana will soon start exporting gas to Benin.    This was the outcome of bilateral talks between President John Mills and his Beninoise counterpart Yayi Boni who paid a day’s working visit to Accra, Friday.   The Energy ministers of both countries ar...
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South Africa FA apologises to Ghana over age-cheating claims

  The South African Football Association (SAFA), has apologized to the Ghana Football Association (GFA) about the allegations of over-aged cheating made by the head coach of their National female Under-17 team against their Ghanaian counterparts. Coach Greg Mashilo, head co...
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Ghana to host West African Investment Conference

  Ghana is to host the maiden edition of West Africa Investment Conference in Accra, aimed at promoting the private sector in the sub region. The conference, scheduled for May 8-10, would identify different sources of investment capital, and the potential for their use, to ...
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UK assists Ghana with GHC165 million to help reduce poverty

  Mr Andrew Mitchell, UK International Development Secretary, has announced a new programme of general budget support, which would provide up to GH₵165 million (£60 million) in grants to Ghana. Under the facility, Ghana for the next four years would receive the gran...
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Gold, cocoa, oil exports earn Ghana $3.8b in 2012 – Bank of Ghana

  Ghana earned $3.8 billion from merchandise exports, preliminary estimates of total exports for the first three months of 2012 by the Bank of Ghana shows. The earnings represent a year-on-year growth of 22.8 per cent according to the central bank. The Bank indicates th...
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Ghana, South Africa hopeful of new partnership in Energy and Tourism

South Africa's Vice President Kgalema Motlanthe was on Friday night hosted to a dinner at the State Banquet hall in Accra.    The dinner was to welcome him to a three day working visit to Ghana.    Vice President John Mahama observed that Ghana an...
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Ghana’s currency depreciates by 8.3% first quarter 2012 as BoG cites trade pattern with China

  Ghana’s currency, the cedi, depreciated against the US dollar by 8.3% during the first quarter of 2012, according to the Bank of Ghana (BoG). This was against a 2% depreciation the currency recorded in the same period of 2011. A report prepared by the Bank&rsquo...
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Ghana-Nigeria brainstorm to strengthen ECOWAS Trade Relations

  The Ministry of Trade and Industry in collaboration with the World Bank on Monday disclosed that plans to deal with challenges in Ghana and Nigeria trade relations and also outdoor measures to strengthen ECOWAS. Official document from Ministry of Trade avaliable to the Gh...
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