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Minister urges increased investment in fish farming

Ms. Sherry Ayittey, the Minister for Fisheries and Aquaculture Development, has encouraged increased investment in fish farming, saying, it is more rewarding. She said it was one area, Ghanaian entrepreneurs, should put in their money to create wealth and jobs for the population. She made the call when she toured …

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Move to cashless system in investment management – Dr Nduom

Dr. Paa Kwesi Nduom, politician and an accomplished businessman, has encouraged financial entities to move towards the cashless system of managing clients’ investment in keeping with international standards. This, he noted, would help to make them to become more dependable and efficient in their service delivery. Dr. Nduom, who is …

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Ghana Stock Exchange sensitises SMEs on Alternative Market

The Enhancing Growth in New Enterprises (ENGINE) Programme has organised an Investment Dialogue for entrepreneurs in the Northern Region to facilitate the access to a cheaper source of funding for their businesses. The programme, organised in collaboration with the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE), was held in Tamale on the theme: …

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Ghanaians asked to seek partnerships with Chinese investors

Kojo Amoo-Gottfreid, President of the Ghana-China Friendship Association (GHACHIFA), has called on Ghanaians to crave for partnerships that will bring capital and technology to the nation. He said besides loans and investors coming into the country, it is equally important for Ghanaians to crave for collaborations that will bring development …

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GIPC encourages investors to take advantage of incentives

The Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC), has urged domestic investors to register their businesses with the Centre to take advantage of the incentives in the investment code of the country. Mr Edward Ashong Lartey, Director of Investor Services, GIPC said an investor enjoys incentives including exemption of tax when he …

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Hungary to invest in renewable energy in Ghana

Hungary is exploring the renewal energy, water management, IT, waste management, agriculture  and food processing sectors in Ghana,  in order to build strong investment projects in the  country. Mr Andra’s Seabo, Hungary Ambassador to Ghana, with additional responsibility over Cote d’Ivoire, Guinea and The Gambia, made this known to the …

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Over GH¢11m spent to boost economic activities in Ashanti Region

The government has within the last three years spent in excess of GH¢11.3 million to boost economic activities in the Ashanti Region. Mr. John Alexander Ackon, the Regional Minister, said it involved the construction of markets and lorry terminals. He was addressing a public forum held in Kumasi, dubbed “Government …

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SMEs advised to save for their retirement – Mr. Dagadu

Owners of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises have been advised to put monies aside for their retirement to avoid being miserable in their old age. Mr Emmanuel Dagadu, the Corporate Affairs Manager of the National Pensions Regulatory Authority (NPRA), said the informal sector constituted about 85 per cent of the …

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Ghana at risk of decline in FDI projects – E&Y

Even though Ghana has the advantage of a relatively business-friendly environment, good infrastructure and a strong governance track record, foreign direct investments in projects into the country are likely to decline, according to the Ernst & Young (EY) 2016 Africa attractiveness programme report. It also indicates that sub-Saharan Africa continues …

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China’s non-direct investment into Ghana up to $44m

China’s non-financial direct investment inflows into Ghana has hit $44.43 million, ranking fifth in Africa and first in Western and Central Africa. In 2015, China-Ghana trade registered $6.6 billion, ranking sixth in Africa, whilst China’s non-financial direct investment in Ghana reached $174 million, ranking fourth in Africa and raising China’s …

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