Here are today's newspaper headlines
Non-performing loans suffocating banks
Starting new business in Ghana is hell - Ghana drops 8 places in ranking
Nduom assures TUC of more jobs
Mahama hot over psychiatric nurses' strike
MFIs ADVOCATE DEV’T FUND TO HELP ATTRACT CHEAPER CAPITAL
To help attract cheaper capital from abroad, where investors have been held back by the relatively small size of Ghana’s microfinance institutions, the government should consider setting up a development fund for the sector, Collins Amponsah-Mensah, Board Chairman of the Ghana Association of Microfinance Companies (GAMC), has said.
EXCITING MINERALS PRODUCTION OUTLOOK PREDICTED
Dr Tony Aubynn, CEO of the Minerals Commission, has predicted a new and exciting minerals production outlook for the country’s mining industry, as there are increased exploration expansion activities expected to result in rising annual mineral output and value of mineral exports.
FIRE CONSUMES GH¢86M IN 6 MONTHS
US DEPORTS 108 GHANAIANS IN CHAINS
The United States government has deported 108 Ghanaians from that country in chains for various offences.
NDC BEGS VOLTA FOR VOTES
The Chief of Staff, Julius Debrah, has called on residents of the Volta Region not to abandon the NDC ahead of the crucial December general election.
EC IS BEING MANIPULATED - NDUOM
Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom, the presidential aspirant of the PPP, told journalists at the premises of the Supreme Court yesterday that the case involving his disqualification from taking part in the December 7 presidential race is a deliberate plan.
Woyome free cash causes anger
108 Ghanaians, Liberians deported from US
Court dismissess PPP over filing fees
Ghana to leverage ICT for sustainable jobs, enhanced livelihoods
Mahama declares at inauguration of data centre