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Transport fares unlikely to go down

Transport fares are unlikely to go down despite a 20 per cent reduction in fuel prices, Mr Mathew Hayford, Chairman of the Road Coordination Council, has said. “We are yet to meet over the matter, but it is unlikely we will see any downward review of transport fares,” he told the Ghana News Agency on Monday in Accra

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Agona West Assembly to increase revenue mobilization

In its bid to step up revenue, the Agona West Municipal Assembly, has decided to run its newly completed “Mandela Market” on daily basis instead of twice a week. It took the decision following revenue data gathered on the new market and the central market at the Agona Swedru main lorry park

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GESRO Cooperative Credit Union institutes housing scheme

GESRO Cooperative Credit Union has instituted a housing scheme for its members to enable them own decent residential accommodation. Speaking at the 12th Annual General Meeting of the Union in Takoradi, the Board Chairman, Mr Nelson Ahligah, said due to the oil discovery in the region, accommodation has become a serious challenge for most of its members

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Ghana exports honey to Europe

The first shipment of natural honey from Ghana destined for the EU market has sailed out of the Tema Port on Saturday February 4. The 18 tonne honey came from the Nkwanta District of the Volta Region and packaged under Atlas Foods Ghana Limited for markets in Ireland

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