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GDP reaches 5.4% in 2018 second quarter

GDP reaches 5.4% in 2018 second quarter

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Provisional figures released by the Ghana Statistical Service show that Ghana’s Gross Domestic Product which is the total value of all goods and services produced within the second quarter of this year grew by 5.4 percent. This compares with the 11.1 percent recorded for same peri ...
GCCI pushes against CTN: Outlines issues with the policy

GCCI pushes against CTN: Outlines issues with the policy

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The Ghana Trades Union Congress (TUC) is asking the government to publish the outcome of investigations into the review of the operations of SSNIT as soon as possible. Organised labour believes that this should inform further deliberations on how to improve the Trust to ensure the ...
Call charges to go up November 1

Call charges to go up November 1

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Telecommunication organisations have announced their charges will go up beginning November 1,2018. This is due to new taxes introduced by the government, a statement by the telcos said. “The Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications on behalf of its members – AirtelTigo, MTN and Voda ...
GRA’s insistence on CTN is bad faith – Freight forwarders

GRA’s insistence on CTN is bad faith – Freight forwarders

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The Ghana Institute of Freight Forwarders (GIFF) has registered its displeasure again over GRA’s latest decision to go ahead with the implementation of the Cargo Tracking Notes (CTN) system despite their arguments against it. The President of the Association, Kwabena Ofosu Appiah ...
Fuel prices to be unchanged – Institute for Energy Security

Fuel prices to be unchanged – Institute for Energy Security

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The Institute for Energy Security (IES) has predicted stable prices of fuel at the pumps within the first pricing window which begins on Monday, 1 October 2018. IES said while the average price of Brent Crude oil has shot up, prices of finished products have gone the other way; ga ...
State-owned enterprises register GH¢1.29 billion loss

State-owned enterprises register GH¢1.29 billion loss

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State-owned Enterprises (SOEs) in the country recorded a net loss of GH¢1.29 billion last year, the State Ownership Report has revealed. The report, launched in Accra, however, said that the losses were a reduction over similar losses recorded in 2016. According to the report, ...

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