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Corporate tax incentives will most likely boost stock market

The ongoing global financial crisis is likely to result in many becoming disillusioned with the whole concept of stock market participation and development. This disillusionment is likely to come about as a result of the persistent decline in share prices. However, when one takes a closer look at what is …

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Ghanaian man found dead in river identified

Police in Grandview have identified the body of a Ghanaian man who was found dead in the Olentangy River, Monday January 5, 2009, media reports from Ohio, US have said. It will be recalled that ghanabusinessnews.com carried a story January 11, 2009 about the body of an unidentified Ghanaian man …

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Greenhouse emissions down in Germany

Greenhouse gas emissions in Germany were down to 21.3% during the year 2007 in comparison with 1990 levels. Germany is thus well on its way to achieving the target set in implementation of the Kyoto Protocol of an average reduction of 21% over the years to 2012, a report issued …

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Naira will rise if we produce more – Danolis Group

Tell us about how you started your company? Danolis Group actually started off as an investment company in 1992, trading in electronics from China and other Asian countries. Later, we expanded the business to include kitchen equipment, as the demand for enamel ware increased. So we were importing stainless and …

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Sullenberger -The hero pilot who saved 155 lives

The pilot who guided a crippled US Airways jetliner safely into the Hudson River — saving all 155 people aboard — became an instant hero Thursday, with accolades from the mayor and governor and a fan club online. The pilot of Flight 1549 was Chesley B. “Sully” Sullenberger III, 57, …

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Togo to extradite alleged Colombian druglord to US

Togo has agreed to extradite to the U.S. an alleged druglord from Colombia who was arrested trying to smuggle hundreds of pounds (kilograms) of cocaine through this West African nation last year. The government said in a statement broadcast on state television late Thursday that the U.S. had requested Solano …

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Pilot ditches plane on river and saves 155

A cool-headed pilot maneuvered his crippled jetliner over New York City and ditched it in the frigid Hudson River on Thursday, and all 155 on board were pulled to safety as the plane slowly sank. It was, the governor said, “a miracle on the Hudson.”One victim suffered two broken legs, …

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Kofi Annan – Nigeria’s oil did not benefit poor

Former Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr. Kofi Annan, has said that the huge wealth generated from Nigeria’s oil and gas wells has not lifted the country’s poorest people from abject poverty. Annan, who spoke on, “New Ideas for Fighting Poverty” in Abuja on Wednesday, at the Festival of Ideas …

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Pregnant Ghanaian woman, boyfriend murdered in U.S.

A pregnant Ghanaian woman and her boyfriend have been found murdered in their home in Upper Marlboro, Prince George’s County, in the US,  ABC 7 reports say. According to the news report, police are continuing to investigate the double homicide of Prince George’s County couple who were found dead inside …

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