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  • Developers in Vogue seek consensus on the role of web technology for digital transformation of economy

  • BoG digitising 'susu' system to guarantee safety

  • Chinese cocoa can’t compete with Ghana’s cocoa - Agric Minister allays fears

  • Hyundai, KIA to establish assembly plants in Ghana in 2022 - Alan Kyerematen

  • Samuel Meyir Dery joins FanMilk as new Marketing Director

  • China growing cocoa is a cause for concern - COCOBOD

  • Ghanaians to start paying COVID-19 levy, new taxes on fuel from May 1

  • GRIDCo to complete work on Pokuase power substation by July 2021

  • Ursula Owusu reveals gov't acquired AirtelTigo for $1

  • Ghana bags US$2.7bn in Foreign Direct Investments in 2020 - Oppong Nkrumah

  • eTranzact secures enhanced PSP license from BoG

  • Chief Justice approves GRA’s request to set up a Tax Court

  • Ghana government takes over AirtelTigo

  • 7000 MTN MoMo agents sanctioned for violating telco's 'No ID, No cash out' directive

  • Ghana has not been downgraded as low-income country– Finance Ministry

  • Akufo-Addo re-affirms commitment to clamp down on illegal mining

  • March inflation is 10.3% - GSS report

  • IES predicts a fall in the price of diesel in second half of April

  • Liquified Petroleum Gas marketers to petition Nana Addo over gas price increment

  • Govt records GH₵1 billion oil revenue due to strategic mobilisation

  • How Orel Shitrit uplifted small local business at the height of COVID-19 pandemic

  • Pensioners to receive pension allowance through mobile money from this quarter - SSNIT

  • Ghanaians don't trust tax collectors but like taxes – Afrobarometer report

  • Ballooning freight charges killing us - Importers

  • Brace yourselves for job losses over recent power cuts - ICU to Ghanaians

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