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Ghana COCOBOB supplies 20 million hybrid cocoa seedlings to farmers


Mpitimpi (ER), Nov.  6, GNA - The Ghana COCOBOD has supplied 20 million hybrid cocoa seedlings free of charge to cocoa farmers throughout the country, this year. Add a comment

Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 November 2012 08:32

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E+Co restructures its operations in Ghana


Accra, Nov. 1, GNA – E+Co, a US based public purpose investments company operating in Ghana for the past 14 years, by providing social and environmental benefits to the communities, has restructured its operations and portfolio. Add a comment

Last Updated on Friday, 02 November 2012 10:03

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Government urged to consider tax credit scheme


Accra , Nov.1, GNA - Government has been urged to consider the adoption of a Tax Credit Scheme for the development of infrastructure in mining communities to stem the confrontation and mistrust among the companies and host communities. Add a comment

Last Updated on Friday, 02 November 2012 10:03

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“NDC government will continue to provide skills for ‘Kayeyei” - President Mahama


Nanton (NR), Nov. 01, GNA - President John Dramani Mahama on Wednesday said government would continue to build on the progress it had over the years made in the advancement of porters (kayeyei) in the cities. Add a comment

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  1. Parliament approves six billion as interim 2013 first quarter budget
  2. Graphic Communications Group Ltd inaugurates new printing press
  3. Ghana losses about five million dollars on onion importation
  4. AngloGold Ashanti and ECA work to improve mining skills in Africa
  5. Government reduces rice importation by 30 per cent
  6. Parliament passes Tax Amnesty Bill
  7. Agriculutural contribution to economic growth significant despite oil find - Minister
  8. Ghana and UNIDO sign 1.28 million Euros biogas technology agreement
  9. Government to launch GHc10m Jobs and Enterprises Fund Next Month
  10. Financial Action Task Force removes Ghana from money laundering blacklist
  11. Vodafone and Scancom Adjudged 5th and 6th Most Respected Companies in Ghana
  12. “Ghana’s economic growth fails to create jobs”-TUC
  13. More interaction needed between business support groups and government agencies-NBSSI
  14. GE President awarded International Business Leader of the Year
  15. ICT module of GYEEDA to train 30,000 more youth
  16. MTN says fiber optic cuts are major operational challenges
  17. Agents at biometric voters’ registration exercise to be paid this week
  18. President Mahama says government will revamp Ghana Railways Company
  19. Assemblies asked to be abreast with mining rights, regulations
  20. Job creation, biggest challenge facing nation- TUC
  21. Farmer group calls for policy guidelines on organic farming
  22. Private sector is pivotal to national economy - President Mahama
  23. LESDEP coordinator urges commitment in youth training
  24. Ghana's food security as a result of good policies-Kwesi Ahwoi
  25. Ecobank Ghana and Exim Guaranty empower SMEs business leaders
  26. Nine banks interconnect their local ATMs
  27. Agricultural sector must be a major concern of politicians-ActionAid
  28. AGI launches maiden Ghana Industrial Awards
  29. US Commends Ghana’s economic progress
  30. New Multipurpose Payment Systems introduced
  31. CWG Ghana Attains Oracle Platinum Partnership level
  32. Farmers to get more cash for rice, maize, soya bean - NAFCO
  33. Western Union Back to School promotion awards over 95 customers
  34. Government to roll out social pension schemes - Mr Asaga
  35. YESDEC trains 1,500 youth in Central Region
  36. Delta named by Dow Jones Sustainability Index; Opens new 360 lounge at Chelsea FC stadium
  37. Stanbic Bank launches Executive Banking Offering to meet customers' convenience
  38. AGRA supports Lexbok seedling projects for 9,200 smallholder farmers
  39. BOG intensifies efforts at promoting credit delivery transparency
  40. Ghana Agricultural Insurance pays first claims to farmers
  41. SCB Introduces Care4Ladies Insurance Product to customers
  42. Controller and Accountant-General's Department introduces new scheme of service
  43. Kuga-Fong Director expresses appreciation to US Embassy in Accra
  44. Gomoa West DCE commends Gomoa Rural Bank for supporting poverty alleviation
  45. ECOWAS and EU EPA pact is best option for Ghana – Trade Minister
  46. Africa’s economic fortunes due to better polices- World Bank
  47. Techiman Municipal Assembly realizes 38.2 per cent of IGF
  48. ActionAid to support 3000 smallholder farmers to improve production
  49. Mining communities say they are not happy about operations of mining companies
  50. New mining regulations discussed by stakeholders in Tarkwa

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