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Garment network launches Ghana-made boxer shorts

The Accra Garment and Textile Cluster network has launched Ghana-made boxer shorts as part of efforts to revive the garment…

Banks to be repaid from $ 2.4bn energy bond by end of August

Banks that are exposed to the energy sector debt should be receiving their due from the proceeds of the bond…

EXIM bank board urged to make Ghana export-led economy

The Deputy Finance Minister, Kweku Kwarteng has charged the Ghana Exim Bank to pursue pragmatic policies and programs to boost…

Making EPA meaningful to Ghana: Exporters push for support

Ghanaian exporters have intensified appeals for the government to improve their lot and make them competitive ahead of the eventual…

GCB plans to takeover NIB

GCB Bank Limited has begun overtures to takeover state-owned lender, the National Investment Bank (NIB), in what could create the…

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ICU pressurizes gov’t over new NLC boss’ appointment

The Industrial and Commercial Workers’ Union (ICU) wants the government to reconsider at the modalities in appointing the new Executive…

GCNet, West Blue overlapping due to slow uptake of single window

The Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA) has given indication the double window platform at the ports will continue to…

Solving power challenges: Yantei Jereh begins works on gas pipeline

Government has announced the construction of an onshore natural gas transmission pipeline from Takoradi in the Western region to Tema…

Average interest on mortgages stays at 33.2 %, GCB offers highest

The average interest rate for mortgage loans among commercial banks remained at 33.2 percent in May 2017.