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Ghana and Turkey in negotiations for free trade

Ghana and Turkey in negotiations for free trade

Ghana is in discussions with the Turkish Authorities for a free trade agreement to ensure unimpeded access to each other’s market

The National Investment Bank (NIB) has given GH¢ 50,000.00 to the University of Cape Coast (UCC), following an appeal from the University for support to enhance teaching and learning

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The Small Scale Rice Dealers Association of Ghana (SSRIDA), is to reschedule its planned demonstration in Accra against the Ministry of Trade and Industry, following a meeting with the Police at the weekend

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Mr Charles Folikumah, Director of Exports, Ministry of Trade and Industry, has called on Turkish investors to partner their Ghanaian counterparts to expand rice production for the local and export markets

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The Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA) says individual companies in Turkey have shown interest in buying honey from Ghana, but the volumes cannot be met now

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AngloGold Ashanti, Obuasi Mine, as part its community investment drive, has spent over GH¢18,000.00 to train 25 women in five communities within the Obuasi Municipality in soap making

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Ghana Standards Authority (GSA), has launched in Tamale the G-CAP programme, which is a conformity assessment process used to verify that imported products meet the requirements of the technical regulations and standards

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Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA) has warned the general public not to transact port business on mediums like olx.com, tonaton.com among others due to reported cases fraud brought to their notice

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The maiden small and medium enterprises (SMEs) Africa summit, opened in Accra with a call on SMEs to utilise technology, trade, inventions and the exchange of knowledge as a tool towards continental development

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‘Ghana needs a Payments Council’ – report

The Bank of Ghana needs to set up a Payments Council to successfully steer the country away from the heavy use of cash for transactions towards embracing a cash-lite system

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Mr Kofi Nagetey, Deputy Executive Director of Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) has warned that importers and shippers who fail to meet the standards of the Conformity Assessment Programme (CAP) would be sanctioned with effect from October 1, 2014

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About sixty (60) per cent of companies in the Ashanti Region defaulted in filing self-assessment returns for the year and have incurred the wrath of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA)

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The recently launched Youth Enterprise Support (YES) initiative Secretariat is inviting Business Plan Proposals from young Ghanaians who are interested in setting up their enterprises

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Mr Kwasi Oppong-Ababio, the Sunyani Municipal Chief Executive, has appealed to financial institutions to desist from duping their customers after enticing them with “juicy” packages

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Timber contractors ordered to suspend operations

The Forestry Commission has ordered six timber contractors to temporary suspend their logging activities in the Kwahu Afram Plains South and Kwahu Afram Plains North districts for failing to sign a social responsibility agreement with the communities where they operate

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The Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA) in collaboration with CBI, agency of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Netherlands, has started integrated Regional Program to support exporters in the fruit and vegetable sector

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