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China Ready To Support Ghana’s Economic Transformation – Chinese VP
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Oil Revenue Not Understated—GNPC
 
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Ghana Is Ready For Big Things – Bawumia To China Exim Bank
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We’ll Protect Oil Revenue- Energy Minister
 Jun-22:  
Finance Minister Launches $50m Fund For West Africa Centre For Crop Improvement
 
 Jun-20:  
Effect Of BoG’s Policy Rate Cut On Banks
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Embrace Electronic Payment – GhIPSS
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Analyst Fears GH¢50bn Embezzled
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Ghana Producing More Oil Than Recorded - PIAC Expresses Fear
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Gov’t To Decide Whether To Extend IMF Deal
 Jun-20:  
Ghanaian Businesses Explore Investment Opportunities In US
 Jun-20:  
Malaysia Seizes $1.2 Million Worth Of Pangolin Scales From Ghana
 
 Jun-19:  
Govt Suspends Controversial Towing Levy
 Jun-19:  
‘Hike Import Tax On Used Cars’
 
 Jun-17:  
Businesses Need More Inter Agency Collaboration To Survive - Dr Manteaw
 Jun-17:  
Crude Oil Production Declined In 2016
 
 Jun-16:  
Government Will Work Towards Economic Independence
 
 Jun-15:  
Importers Threaten To Increase Prices Of Goods
 
 Jun-14:  
Inflation Dips In May
 Jun-14:  
Sankofa -Gye-Nyame Oil Field Starts Production In July
 
 Jun-13:  
More Cash For Ghana…Under Akufo Addo Gov’t -Finance Minister
 Jun-13:  
Ghana Post Booms Despite Internet Upsurge
 Jun-13:  
No Magic Wand To Turnaround Debt-ridden Economy . . . It'll Take 2 To 3 Years - Economist
 Jun-13:  
Inflation To Increase To 13.3% In May 2017
 
 Jun-12:  
$7bn Needed To Revive Rail Sector - Joe Ghartey
 Jun-12:  
Ghana Receives €100 Million From Germany’s “Compact With Africa” Programme
 Jun-12:  
President Akufo-Addo Announces New Tax
 Jun-12:  
I Never Said $2.25bn Bond Was Issued In Dollars – BoG Man Clarifies
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Ofori-Atta’s Response On $ 2.25bn Bond Issue Disappointing...
 
 Jun-09:  
World Bank Report Shows How To Boost Private Sector Investment
 
 Jun-08:  
Inflation Will Decline Further To 11.2% - ISSER
 Jun-08:  
COCOBOD Debt Hits GHC10 Bn
 Jun-08:  
Finance Minister Defends $2.25bn Bond
 Jun-08:  
‘Government Would Ensure Transparency In Railways Procurement Processes’
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Good Times Ahead For Private Sector
 
 Jun-07:  
Franklin Templeton Not A Person - Ofori-Atta Schools NDC MPs
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First Atlantic Bank Officials Pay Courtesy Call On Veep
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Drama In Parliament: Ken Ofori Atta Hits Back At Minority Over $2.25bn Bond
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“I Want To Build The Most Business-Friendly Economy In Africa” – Prez Akufo-Addo
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Gov’t Policy Will Give Impetus To Industrialization
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Promote Domestic Investments – PEF to GIPC
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Finance Minister To Give ‘Full Disclosure’ On $2.25bn Bond Issue Today
 
 Jun-05:  
Fuel Prices To Go Up By 4% In June
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Auditor-General Cries Over GH₵505m Loss
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GIPC Woos Gauteng Investors
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COCOBOD Endorses Electronic Payment To Farmers
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Ghana’s Gold Output Jumps To 4.13 Million Ounces In 2016
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Ban On Food Export To EU; Negligent Officers To Be Sanctioned
 
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Government Making Mortgage Industry Flexible - Bawumia
 
 Jun-02:  
Ghana Loses $1b In Cocoa Revenue
 
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