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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 guaranteed. Ghana's President Continue
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07 February 2016 |
Jacques Yétérian
Ghana's electricity demand is expected to move from 2,000 megawatts to 6,000 megawatts in the medium term before peaking at 8,000 megawatts in the long run. This strong growth in demand amidst a 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
11 December 2015 |
Dominika Bzduchova
Marcopolis compiled a list of Ghana’s top ten sectors to consider for investment. Continue
10 October 2015 |
Peter Matay
Wilkins Engineering is a world-class engineering company of Ghanaian origin. Over the years, Wilkins has leveraged on its international expertise acquired through subcontracting to execute world Continue
09 September 2015 |
Dominika Bzduchova
FDIs inflows into the country's economy totalled US$4 billion in 2014, according to the report, making Ghana the eighth top receiver of investments among its peers in the continent and the Middle Continue
24 August 2015 |
Dominika Bzduchova
Between 2012 and 2014, Ghana's economic fortunes slipped from better to good resulting in increased disaffection against President Mahama and his government. The cedi depreciation, the energy Continue
13 August 2015 |
Dominika Bzduchova
DESO has seen the need to create awareness in Ghana that disability is not a curse or inability. Continue
13 July 2015 |
Peter Matay
There are credible indications that the mobile phone manufacturer Rlg Communications Group has settled its indebtedness to the Ghanaian government. 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
19 May 2015 |
Sandra Francisco
IPMC Ghana Customer Case Study: smart technology investments improve communication and productivity while reducing costs. Continue
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24 August 2015 |
Dominika Bzduchova
Between 2012 and 2014, Ghana's economic fortunes slipped from better to good resulting in increased disaffection against President Mahama and his government. The cedi depreciation, the energy Continue
07 July 2013 |
Ben Novak
Some years ago, Ghana chose the path of democracy and that has paid off as showed in its current economic growth rates. The country is continuing to nurture its democracy, grow political Continue
07 July 2013 |
Ben Novak
Since the Consultative Assembly drafted Ghana's current constitution in 1992, politics have evolved a lot. Among other things, the constitution defined the terms and rules for elections and Continue
07 July 2013 |
Ben Novak
Ghana was colonised by the British around the 1870s and was under colonialism for centuries. The country gained political independence in March 1957, thanks to years of political negotiations, Continue
07 July 2013 |
Ben Novak
Ghana is a country whose people are almost similar to those living in neighbouring countries. Still, Ghana is noted for a burgeoning democracy, peaceful changes in governments between political 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
07 February 2016 |
Jacques Yétérian
Ghana's electricity demand is expected to move from 2,000 megawatts to 6,000 megawatts in the medium term before peaking at 8,000 megawatts in the long run. This strong growth in demand amidst a Continue
10 October 2015 |
Peter Matay
Wilkins Engineering is a world-class engineering company of Ghanaian origin. Over the years, Wilkins has leveraged on its international expertise acquired through subcontracting to execute world Continue
07 February 2016 |
Jacques Yétérian
Ghana's electricity demand is expected to move from 2,000 megawatts to 6,000 megawatts in the medium term before peaking at 8,000 megawatts in the long run. This strong growth in demand amidst a Continue
11 December 2015 |
Dominika Bzduchova
Marcopolis compiled a list of Ghana’s top ten sectors to consider for investment. Continue
09 September 2015 |
Dominika Bzduchova
FDIs inflows into the country's economy totalled US$4 billion in 2014, according to the report, making Ghana the eighth top receiver of investments among its peers in the continent and the Middle Continue
06 July 2013 |
Ben Novak
With the changes in population growth, the discovery and exploitation of oil in commercial quantities, huge economic growth, the prospects and their attendant effects on FDIs and tourists Continue
05 July 2013 |
Ben Novak
Ghana is an attractive destination. The country is growing at an eight percent rate and its business environment is trending in the right direction. The financial sector and the banks in 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
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