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How Ghana can maintain sound financial system

The recent troubles with financial institutions in Ghana and the losing of trust in the financial system call for urgent measures that will maintain an acceptable level of sanity and dignity in the system that will allow indigenous institutions to compete with their foreign counterparts. The collapse of DKM Diamond …

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Women are often termed as the ‘fair sex’ and the’ weaker sex’. While the terms, ‘fair sex’ and ‘weaker sex’ could be a connotation for beauty and lack of physical strength respectively, this has nothing to do with women’s knowledge and management capabilities. Oprah Winfrey, Hillary Clinton, Sonia Gandhi, Yolanda …

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Nigeria: GDP Growth – Nigeria Not Yet Out of Trouble, Says PDP

Abuja — The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has said the country is not yet out of the woods economically despite exiting recession as claimed by the federal government. The opposition party said the Nigerian economy is still very weak, feeble and insufficient to herald the sort of celebration and backslapping …

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AGI, gov’t secure US$2m China credit for One District, One Factory

Chief Executive Officer of the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI), Mr Seth Twum-Akwaboah, has said the Association would help ensure the success of the “One District, One Factory” (1D1F) policy. He said the Association and the Government have secured a two billion dollar credit facility from the China National Building …

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Ghana: Cocoa roads project under scrutiny

A comprehensive value for money audit of the country’s Cocoa roads Projects is underway to assess the financial obligation of the projects to government and ensure value for money, Minister for Food and Agriculture, Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto, has said. Though an amount of GH¢1.6 billion was approved for the …

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US$280m Partnership for Inclusive Agricultural Transformation in Africa launched

An innovative and transformative partnership and financing vehicle to drive inclusive agriculture transformation across Africa has been launched in Abidjan as part of activities marking the 7th African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF). The multi-million dollar Partnership for Inclusive Agricultural Transformation-PIATA is an important collaboration between donors that aligns behind the …

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Africa Food Prize winners announced in Abidjan

Two women, working at both ends of the agriculture supply chain in Africa, have each been awarded the 2017 Africa Food Prize. Prof. Ruth Oniang’o, a professor and advocate of nutrition from Kenya, and Madame Maïmouna Sidibe Coulibaly an entrepreneur and agro industrialist, from Mali were awarded for their exemplary …

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