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The Nana Addo-led government has indicated its resolve to energise the entrepreneurial spirit within every Ghanaian to help them earn a decent living and improve the quality of their lives.


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IES Predicts 3% Increase In Fuel Prices
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Investment In Ghana’s Gas To Payoff
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20 Airlines Apply To Partner Govt For National Carrier
 Nov-17:  
GUTA Unhappy With 2018 Budget
 Nov-17:  
Wa Airport Starts Operation Next Year
 Nov-17:  
Gh¢14.9bn Interest Payments IN 2018 - Representing 24% Of Total Budget And 6.2% Of GDP
 Nov-17:  
B5 Plus Wins Best Metals Firm Of The Year Award
 
 Nov-16:  
We Forced Govt. To Back Down On Mobile Money Tax – Minority
 Nov-16:  
2018 Budget To Stimulate Growth • Macroeconomic Indicators On Track
 Nov-16:  
Man Nabbed For Impersonating Glo Owner, Mike Adenuga On Facebook
 Nov-16:  
Insurance Commissioner Must Intervene In NSS Brouhaha
 
 Nov-15:  
Asamoah Gyan Unveils Energy Drink
 Nov-15:  
Credit Unions Considering Mergers And Acquisitions
 Nov-15:  
2018 Budget: Finance Minister Lists Health Facilities To Be Completed By Gov’t
 Nov-15:  
2018 Budget: We’ll End The Year With 6.3% Deficit – Finance Minister
 Nov-15:  
Ghana Targets Cocoa Per Acre Yield Of 25 Bags
 Nov-15:  
STC Introduces Accra - Lagos Service
 Nov-15:  
VIDEO: 2018 Budget..."We’ve Managed To Fix The Economy" – Finance Minister
 Nov-15:  
Veep Cuts Sod For New $30m Cement Factory
 Nov-15:  
Cedi At 8-Month Low As Corporate Dollar Demand Surges
 Nov-15:  
To Tax Or Not To Tax....TELCOS BAG GH¢1bn IN 9months - From Charges Slapped On Momo Users
 
 Nov-14:  
Bill Gates Commits $100 Million To Seek Treatments For Alzheimer’s
 Nov-14:  
2018 Budget Must Address Cedi Fluctuations – Dr. Osei Asibey
 Nov-14:  
Uber Drivers In Lagos Are Using A Fake GPS App To Inflate Rider Fares
 Nov-14:  
Ambassador Supports Ghanaians In China
 Nov-14:  
Interest Rates To Decline Soon - Governor Assures Businesses
 Nov-14:  
Take Franchising Seriously — Kwame Jantuah
 Nov-14:  
43.3% Imported Electrical Cable Brands Unlicensed — GSA
 Nov-14:  
MTN Urges Govt To Scrap Stabilization Levy From 2018 Budget
 
 Nov-13:  
Piccadilly Biscuits To Create 200 Jobs
 Nov-13:  
Omnibank Offers Scholarship To Brilliant But Needy Students
 Nov-13:  
Airtel and Tigo Begin Integration
 Nov-13:  
GLICO Honoured With Four Awards At The 2017 CFO Awards
 Nov-13:  
Ashanti Businesses Reject 3% VAT
 Nov-13:  
Tigo, Airtel To Outdoor Brand Name Today
 
 Nov-10:  
New Tax Regime Killing Our Businesses
 Nov-10:  
Finance Minister Presents 2018 Budget On Wednesday, Nov 15
 Nov-10:  
Electrical Cable Dealers Debunk Allegations
 
 Nov-06:  
Investor Confidence Still High – GIPC Boss
 Nov-06:  
Cedi Seen Flat This Week
 Nov-06:  
Minister Warns Advertisers, Nivea
 Nov-06:  
Ghana To Issue Domestic Dollar Bond Next Week - Arrangers
 
 Nov-03:  
MTN Reintroduces Cash Out Feature To Enhance Customer Security
 Nov-03:  
500 Start-Ups To Receive NEIP Support In First Year - CEO
 Nov-03:  
Gov’t Collaborating With Academia To Improve Businesses In Ghana – Minister
 Nov-03:  
Opuni ‘Swindles’ Banks?
 Nov-03:  
Intra-Africa Trade Imperative To Promote Continent - Deputy Minister
 Nov-03:  
Ghana, Kenya To Boost Africa’s Trade Ties
 Nov-03:  
Military Bank To Start Operating By End Of 2017
 
 Nov-02:  
Int. Business Community Confident In Ghana’s New Measures To Resolve Industrial Gap
 
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