Category archives for: Economy

The Lost Talents: How Ghanaian Graduates Make a living in China

April 20, 2018//-Many Ghanaian students who have successfully completed their studies at various universities in China prefer to stay and work in the East Asian country rather than return home and contribute their quota to the economic development of their home country.

Report: Sub-Saharan Africa Construction Growth Moving into Top Spot

April 20, 2018//-The Sub-Saharan Africa region will see the second-fastest construction industry growth of all regions globally over the next five years, driven in particular by strong growth from 2020 when the region will pass the Middle East and North Africa region as the global growth leader, latest report from BMI has revealed.

Rwanda to Invest More to Improve Transport Infrastructure

April 20, 2018//-Rwanda is planning more investment in improving the country’s transport infrastructure in order to plug domestic road network gaps and stimulate economic growth, a senior official said on Thursday.

Cybercriminals Eye Pharmaceutical Companies

April 20, 2018//-Kaspersky Lab’s researchers have discovered evidence of an emerging and alarming trend in which more advanced cyber threat actors are turning their attention to attacks on pharmaceutical companies and the health sector at large.

African Continental Free Trade Area: Another Significant Milestone Towards Africa’s Integration

April 20, 2018//-As a relatively young Minister in the mid-nineteen nineties sitting with my Organisation of African Union (OAU) peers, I pondered deeply if Africa will pull itself together and forge ahead.

UN: Ghana Must Prioritise Social Protection to Attain SDGs

April 19, 2018/ — A UN human rights expert says unless growing inequality and continuing high poverty rates are addressed the country will fall far short of meeting the key UN Sustainable Development Goals, including the eradication of extreme poverty by 2030.

Global Economy: Good News for Now but Trade Tensions a Threat

April 19, 2018//-The world economy continues to show broad-based momentum. Against that positive backdrop, the prospect of a similarly broad-based conflict over trade presents a jarring picture.

UK, South Africa Comfortable with Progress on Trade Relationship

London, United Kingdom, April 18, 2018/ — The Minister of Trade and Industry (the DTI), Dr Rob Davies and his United-Kingdom counterpart, Dr Liam Fox say they are pleased with the strength of the UK-South Africa trade and investment relationship.

Ghana Revenue Authority Storms Supermarkets for Noncompliance of Tax Policy

Accra, April 18, 2018//-The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) today ordered the removal of excisable products which did not have tax stamps from the shelves of Shoprite, Melcom, MaxMart and other shops in Accra metropolis. 

World Bank: Africa’s 3.1% Growth Not Fast Enough to Eradicate Poverty

Accra, Ghana, April 18, 2018//-World Bank says Sub-Saharan Africa’s economic growth of 3.1 percent in 2018, is not fast enough to eradicate poverty on the African continent.

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