Category archives for: Manufacturing

Struggling Teshie Desalination Plant Sold

Accra, February 17, 2018//-Operators of the Teshie desalination plant have sold off majority of its stake to AquaVenture Holdings.

Sub-Saharan Africa: Diversifying for Tomorrow

February 16, 2018//-Countries in sub-Saharan Africa need to diversify their economies, and the region’s youth need to be at the heart of it, says Axel Schimmelpfennig.

Ghana’s Demand for Locally Made Chocolates Up  

  Accra, February 14, 2018//-It appears manufacturers of locally produced chocolates will have to double their production levels at least for this year’s edition of the National Chocolate Day.

Vice President Raps Multinationals to Set Up Factories in Nigeria

Abuja, Nigeria, February 8, 2018//- Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, Vice President of Nigeria has appealed to multinationals to come and set up factories in the Africa’s largest economy.

Ghana Intensifies Surveillance Over Outbreak of Listeria in South Africa

Accra, January 12, 2018//-Ghana’s Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) has increased surveillance on food imports from South Africa, following the outbreak of  Listeriosis in that country.

Developing Nations Urged to Continue Trade-easing Reforms in Wake of WTO Deal

The Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) commits World Trade Organization (WTO) members to streamlining cross-border trade, but reforms can go further, an UNCTAD report says.

Nestlé Nutrition Line Picks Best Content Award

Accra, December 21, 2017//-Nestlé Nutrition Line (NNL), a public service radio program by Nestlé Ghana aiming to educate Ghanaian consumers on  good Nutrition, has been awarded for “Best Content” at the 6th National Public Relations and Communications Awards by the Institute of Public Relations (IPR), Ghana.

Historic Meeting of ECA and IMF Chiefs Looks to Forge New Relationship for Africa

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, December 20, 2017/ — The Economic Commission for Africa’s Executive Secretary, Vera Songwe has warned about a demographic trap for African countries if appropriate policy measures are not put in place to help manage demographic bulge.

See The Top Five Business Risks for West Africa in 2018

Lagos, Nigeria, December 18, 2017/ — As Nigeria exits the recession of 2017, investor sentiment across West Africa is likely to experience uplift in 2018.

Nigerians Living on Less Than 7% Pipe-Borne Water

Abuja, Nigeria, December 14, 2017// – Minister of Water Resources, Suleiman Adamu, has said Nigeria lags behind in terms of water supply, with access to pipe-borne water dropping from 32 percent in 1990 to less than 7 percent in 2017.

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