Monday, June 1, 2020

Bank of Ghana to stabilize cedi with 20 million dollars daily INJECTION

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The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has decided to intervene on the foreign exchange market with a daily supply of $20 million to allow foreign...

Government to boost sugar investment in Ghana

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The government is pursuing an aggressive National Sugar Policy to ensure a reduction in the importation of sugar, the Minister of Trade and Industry,...

First Ghanaian MTN CEO starts work jULY 1

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Mr Ebenezer Twum Asante the new Chief Executive Officer for MTN Ghana, starts work effective July 1, 2015. He returns to Ghana after serving for two...

Stanbic awarded 2014 STP prize

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Stanbic Bank Ghana, a member of the Standard Bank Group, Africa’s largest bank has won the 2014 Deutsche Bank Certificate of Excellence for US...

DUMSOR ECONOMICS: Govt. lacks capacity to quantify loss of crisis- Power Minister

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Government does not have the capacity to quantify losses incurred in the electricity power outages that has hit the country since 2012, Kasapafmonline.com's Stephen...

Ghanaian rogue trader Kweku Adoboli OUT of prison

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Britain’s costliest rogue trader is out of prison after serving about half his seven-year sentence.Kweku Adoboli, who lost $2.3bn at UBS through unauthorised trading,...

BANKSWITCH SAGA: Gov’t still negotiating for settlement – Finance Ministry

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Government has announced that it is still negotiating with Bankswitch for the settlement of the GHC197.4million judgment debt awarded the international IT firm after...

Barclays donates to Kasapa FM for flood & fire victims

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The Corporate Social Responsibility wing of global bank Barclays has donated items to support victims of the June 3 flood and fire disaster. A delegation...

Surfline rallies inhabitants of Kokrobite for cleanup exercise

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Surfline Communications Ltd, Ghana’s premier 4G LTE operator, in partnership with Live FM, Surf Ghana and J.S Stanley, a waste management company, organized a...

50 billion dollars revenue lost yearly at Ghana’s ports – Financial Consultant

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Some 50 billion dollars in revenue is lost yearly through Ghana's ports as a result of fraudulent activities by some importers, a financial consultant, Kudzo...