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Earlier in June, Nana Akufo-Addo announced that the mandate of his administration is to lay foundations to the most business-friendly and people-friendly economy in Africa, which will create jobs and prosperity for all Continue
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19 October 2017 |
"My immediate priority area is basic education, because what I have realised is that if you don’t have a solid foundation, it is hard to build on in the future. Currently looking at my area and the Continue
Mark Badu-Aboaye, CEO of Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry
GCCI: "2017 has seen a renewed confidence in the business environment compared to the Continue
05 September 2017 |
"The renewables is a great area for us now and we would really like to do it through a private partnership arrangement. So far, those that we have in the pipeline, we have been lucky enough to have Continue
05 September 2017 |
"As far as the power crisis is concerned, it started in 2012 when we had difficulties with the gas supply from Nigeria. That was the genesis of the power difficulties that we had and it went on for a Continue
01 September 2017 |
"The tourism industry in Ghana has evolved around business tourism and also conferences and events. A lot of companies, organisations and institutions are bringing events and conferences to Ghana Continue
Emmanuel Antwi-Darkwa, Chief Executive of Volta River Authority (VRA)
The former government of Ghana introduced some emergency solutions (e.g. emergency power Continue
23 August 2017 |
"The current government I must say has a drive for renewables, I have heard comments made by people in power about increasing solar energy, starting by having the government buildings powered by solar Continue
22 August 2017 |
"Ghana is the place to do business now, in terms of the economy it is quite stable, we have peace and stability and it is a growth economy." Continue
H.M. DF. Nii Okwei Kinka Dowuona VI, Osu Mantse, President of Osu Traditional Council, President of the Greater Accra Regional House of Chiefs, Member of the National House of Chiefs
The immediate priority of Osu Mantse is basic education, followed by tourism and overall Continue
17 August 2017 |
Dominika Bzduchova
Speaking at the 2017 Ghana Economic Forum on the theme “Building a Ghanaian Owned Economy, 60 years on, The Role of Insurance”, Lartey mentioned 10 critical things that insurance will do to Continue
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19 October 2017 |
"My immediate priority area is basic education, because what I have realised is that if you don’t have a solid foundation, it is hard to build on in the future. Currently looking at my area and the Continue
05 September 2017 |
"The renewables is a great area for us now and we would really like to do it through a private partnership arrangement. So far, those that we have in the pipeline, we have been lucky enough to have Continue
05 September 2017 |
"As far as the power crisis is concerned, it started in 2012 when we had difficulties with the gas supply from Nigeria. That was the genesis of the power difficulties that we had and it went on for a Continue
01 September 2017 |
"The tourism industry in Ghana has evolved around business tourism and also conferences and events. A lot of companies, organisations and institutions are bringing events and conferences to Ghana Continue
23 August 2017 |
"The current government I must say has a drive for renewables, I have heard comments made by people in power about increasing solar energy, starting by having the government buildings powered by solar Continue
22 August 2017 |
"Ghana is the place to do business now, in terms of the economy it is quite stable, we have peace and stability and it is a growth economy." Continue
25 September 2015 |
"We see so much potential for power generation because the current overall national power deficit is about 360 MW and renewable energy for example can offset over 90% of this deficit," explains Omane Continue
25 September 2015 |
"The tourism market in Ghana is certainly on an upward trend, there are no two ways about that," says Adrian Landry, Labadi Beach Hotel, which recently opened the best spa in Accra. Continue
05 September 2015 |
Dominika Bzduchova
"We can see Volta River Authority playing a dominant role as the major energy utility in this country," says Isaac Kirk Koffi, Chief Executive of Volta River Authority (VRA). Continue
20 August 2015 |
Dominika Bzduchova
AFGRI Ghana discusses the effects of the economic downturn on agricultural development in the country. Continue
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17 August 2017 |
Dominika Bzduchova
Speaking at the 2017 Ghana Economic Forum on the theme “Building a Ghanaian Owned Economy, 60 years on, The Role of Insurance”, Lartey mentioned 10 critical things that insurance will do to Continue
20 June 2017 |
Dominika Bzduchova
The 2017 Ghana Investment Summit is to take place in the end of August in Ghana’s capital of Accra, and its objectives are aligned with the President Akufo-Addo's vision of making Ghana the most Continue
16 June 2017 |
Dominika Bzduchova
Earlier in June, Nana Akufo-Addo announced that the mandate of his administration is to lay foundations to the most business-friendly and people-friendly economy in Africa, which will create jobs Continue
13 January 2016 |
The insurance industry in Ghana is dominated by the non-life business, which constituted 48.8 percent of the total gross written premium in 2013. Continue
02 July 2015 |
Dominika Bzduchova
For a leader who shot to the peak of his political career - the Presidency - through the untimely demise of his boss, getting the love and sympathy of the people in his first days in office was Continue
01 July 2013 |
Ben Novak
The burgeoning middle class in Ghana is directly affecting the country's beverage industry, which is growing at about 10 to 15 per cent per annum. Still, the sector has to face some challenges, Continue
28 June 2013 |
Ben Novak
The economy of Ghana is booming and the country is developing fast. However, some challenges such as infrastructure, youth unemployment or energy deficit still have to be faced, and investors Continue
28 June 2013 |
Ben Novak
Ghana has been on a path of sustained growth over the past few years and investments in areas such as oil and gas, banking, finance, manufacturing, agriculture, commodities, infrastructure and Continue