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MTN Amasses GHC3.54Billion As Revenue

The number one Telecommunication Network in Ghana, MTN Group has announced that it has recorded a 23 percent increase in third-quarter revenue from a year ago. Thus from 2.49 billion Ghanaian cedis to 3.54 billion Ghanaian cedis ($731.90 million).   Information available to Radio1News indicate that the increase in MTN …

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We Will Ensure Mercury Free Mining – REMWOF

The Operations Director of the Retired Mine Workers Foundation, REMWOF, Mr. Kwame Amo Asiedu has revealed that if all things be equal, when granted permission to go back to mining, REMWOF will ensure mercury Free mining and instill sanity in the small scale mining Sector. He made this known on …

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Court Suit Won’t Stop CTN Implementation – Kwaku Kwarteng

A Deputy Finance Minister, Kwaku Kwarteng has Asserted that Implementation of the Planned Cargo Tracking Note (CTN) at the country’s Ports will Commence Despite court suit. The Ghana Revenue Authority is kick starting the implementation from Monday, October 15 amidst protests by port business operators led by Freight Forwarders, the …

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Speed Up Industrialisation Policy Agenda – GNCCI to Government

The Ghana National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GNCCI), has called on the Government to Speed up with its industrialization policy and the commitment of building industrial parks to expand the industrial activities of the country. Nana Appiagyei Dankawoso I, President of the GNCCI said implementing the policy of building industrial …

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Ghana To Lose €60m Dutch Govt Facility Over Delayed Implementation Of Recycling Project

Ghana Risks Losing a €60 million Subsidy Facility From the Netherland Government To Set Up a Solid Waste Recycling Plant Of The Country Fails To Sign a Partnership Agreement On The Project By The End Of This Month. The project which has the capacity to recycle 20 tonnes of solid …

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Ghana Ready To Transmit Energy Across West Africa

Ghana currently has adequate capacity for cross border transmission of energy to neighbouring countries. This is because the implementation of regional projects, including the 225kv Bolgatanga-Ouagadougou Interconnection, which would allow for the export of power from Ghana to Burkina Faso, to serve the purpose of the creation of the West …

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Ghana Ready to Transmit Energy Across West Africa

Ghana Currently Has Adequate Capacity For Cross Border Transmission Of Energy To Neighbouring Countries. This is because the implementation of regional projects, including the 225kv Bolgatanga-Ouagadougou Interconnection, which would allow for the export of power from Ghana to Burkina Faso, to serve the purpose of the creation of the West …

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Petroleum Commission Partners Glasgow To Boost Oil Sector

The Petroleum Commission has secured a partnership with Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) to deliver work-based education to the oil and gas industry in Ghana. The agreement, which was signed on Monday, October 2, 2018 with GCU, will provide educational support and help in strategically positioning Ghana’s oil and gas industry. …

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Cocoa Marketing MD Accuses Ato Forson Of ‘Conjuring’ Figures On Cocoa Prices

Managing Director of the Cocoa Marketing Company, Joe Forson, has rubbished the Minority’s claims that government is shortchanging cocoa farmers by deciding to maintain the producer price of cocoa for the 2018/2019 crop season. The Minority has accused government of being insensitive to the plight of cocoa farmers, after it …

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PURC Begins Review Process For 2019 Tariffs

The processes for the review of tariffs have begun with a directive to the utility companies to make their proposals available in order for it to be captured in a newly developed template for the Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC). The utility companies have up to the end of October …

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