President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has pledged nurture and grow Ghana's Private sector during his tenure in office as President of the Ghanaian Republic.
But aside Accra being the most expensive city, Volta region came out as the cheapest with the lowest inflation of 11.4 percent compared to the national average
Finance minister may have promised spare parts dealers of Abossey Okai an establishment of some 15% taxes on their wares but that is not all there is to it.
In an address to the floor of parliament, the finance minister has revealed that government would put out strict measures to take off all "nuisance" taxes
YEN.com is yet to find out the details of the 2017 budget read by the finance minister, Ken Ofori Atta BUT we believe it will involve some key economic reforms.
Sam Okudzeto has rebuffed President Akufo-Addo' statements that the country is in a financial crisis after the previous Mahama government
Ghana’s latest Floating Production and-Storage Offloading (FPSO) vessel named after Kufuor becomes the third FPSO since the commencement of oil discovery
The general public is being warned against reports circulating in the media which suggests that the regulator will be dolling out new GH¢30, GH¢100, notes
This claim follows earlier reports that the central bank of Ghana was in line with issuing out new 5 cedi notes, coming up with other denominations as well.
Reacting to events at the vetting, second vice chair of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Fredua Ofori-Atta admonished Ken Ofori Attah to work on his voice
Mahama has stated that the current economic trends and developments in advanced countries have contributed to the current downward swing of Ghana's economy
The IMF is warning of a fullblown financial crisis for Ghana if aggressive measures are not taken to check governments rising debts
Professor Peter Quartey fears government is overrelying on oil revenue
The lecture will see Bawumia deliver his final economic speech before the December elections
The monthonmonth inflation between June and July also recorded relative to for the previous period
This year alone Ghana will be taking thirteen working days off as public holidays as holidays have already been spent