Tuesday , July 7 2020

Ghana Business News Headline

Contractors’ in Trouble With Ghana First Judgement Debt Looms For MMDAs

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In an interview with PRO For GFCL Mr Kwame Owusu Bampoe, into the ongoing impasse between contractors and Ghana First Company Limited (GFCL) over the construction of Clean Ghana Sanitation facility, has established that the Metropolitan Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) could be dancing their ways into paying huge judgment …

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SEC LISTS CBG BRANCHES FOR INVESTORS TO BEGIN VALIDATION PROCESS

The Securities and Exchange Commission has directed investors with locked-up funds in the 53 collapsed fund management companies to visit some specific branches of the Consolidated Bank Ghana to begin processes to retrieve their investment. In a statement issued on Wednesday, the capital market regulator the designated CBG branches will …

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ANGLOGOLD ASHANTI SNATCH 2 AWARDS AT GHANA BUSINESS AWARDS

AngloGold Ashanti Obuasi Mine featured prominently at the 2nd Edition of the Ghana Business Awards. The mining giant was adjudged overall winner for Excellence in Health, Safety and Environment Quality (HSEQ) award while the Managing Director, Eric Asubonteng received the Excellence in Business award. The recognition for the HSEQ award …

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COCOBOD SIGNS AGREEMENT TO ESTABLISH PROCESSING FACTORY.

The Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) has signed an agreement with the China General Technology (Group) Holding (Genertec) for the establishment of a cocoa processing factory in Ghana. The factory, which will be located at Sefwi-Wiawso in the Western North Region will be operated by COCOBOD and Genertec through a Public-Private …

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CONCERNED DRIVERS ASSOCIATION CALL FOR 30%INCREASE IN TRANSPORT

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We the Concerned Drivers Association are calling on the government to increase transport fares by 30% following the recent increase in fuel prices. The latest hike in fuel prices is having a toll on our income hence the need for government to increase transport fares by 30% with immediate effect. …

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JAPAN’S TRADE ORGANISATION TO FRAMEWORK GHANA OFFICE

The Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), the Japanese institution imposed with consolidating Japan’s efforts in export and speculation promotion, has signed an MoU with the government to establish an office in Ghana. Ghana playing host to the largest number of Japanese businesses in West Africa, the Chairman and Chief Executive …

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