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The Fight Against Corruption: Facts Ghanaians Overlook

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That the World Bank Enterprise Risk Survey, which was conducted from December 2012 through July 2014, in which 720 business owners and top managers...
H.E Mahamudu Bawumia, Vice President of Ghana (right) speaks with IFC VP and General Counsel Ethiopis Tafara (center) and World Bank Group Trade and Competitiveness Senior Director Anabel Gonzalez (left), confer following a high-level dialogue on opportunities for ambitious reforms of the business environment in Ghana. The event took place at IFC's offices during the Spring Meetings of the IMF and World Bank Group in Washington on April 21, 2017.

Ghana government not being smart on borrowing

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A renowned economist has revealed that, the country’s debt stock has gone up due to government borrowing to finance deficit, which is not the...
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Ghana’s Debt to GDP, Debt Stock and Other Matters Arising

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In 2016 the issue about debt stock and debt to GDP ratio were important part of public financial and economic management discourse in...
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Ghana Economy in Three Critical Areas; National Budget, Debt Management and Stability

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I'm not interested in awarding marks for today's meet the press by the President and his team l will rather focus on the key...
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Dr John Gatsi Joined The People Of Fiaxor And Dzodze To Mark Their Easter...

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The chiefs and people of Kasu in Dzodze , Ketu District and Fiaxor in Anlo marked their colourful Easter celebrations on Saturday...
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Frequent Transfer Of District Directors Unhealthy – Lecturer

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Dr. John Gatsi, a Senior Lecturer, University of Cape Coast (UCC), has bemoaned the "premature" transfer of District Directors of Education across the country. He...
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Lecture bemoans changing of District Directors of Education at a short intervals

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A Senior Lecturer at The University of Cape Coast and Founder of John Gatsi Educational Foundation, Dr. John Gatsi, has expressed worry over how...

Bawumia’s lies exposed, his economic credentials questioned

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The war of words over the economy between President John Mahama and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Running Mate, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, has continued...
Dr. John Gatsi, a Senior Lecturer, University of Cape Coast School of Business

Teachers Told Not Ridicule Their Slow Learning Pupils

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He said it was unfortunate that some teachers deride their slow learning pupils as write-offs saying the practice is wrong as it can destroy...
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WAEC asked to stop delays in releasing results

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Dr. Gatsi, a Lecturer, University of Cape Coast (UCC) School of Business, who is also Founder-Director of John Gatsi Educational Foundation, made the call...
Dr. John Gatsi, a Senior Lecturer, University of Cape Coast School of Business

Lecturer urges traditional areas to establish education trust funds

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He said such funds could have “inter-generational effect” and transform the socio-economic status of these areas. Dr Gatsi who gave the advice when he launched...

Stakeholder engagement key to Ghana?s oil management – Gatsi

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A financial expert Saturday said here a vibrant stakeholder engagement was key in the management of the oil and gas resource in the country. Dr....
Dr. John Gatsi, a Senior Lecturer, University of Cape Coast School of Business

Economist Welcomes Chinese Plants Policy

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A Chartered Economist Dr. John Gatsi, has welcomed the Chinese government?s directive to all Chinese manufacturing companies operating in Ghana to set up a...
Dr. John Gatsi, a Senior Lecturer, University of Cape Coast School of Business

Slack parenting attributed to poor school performance

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Slack parenting is a major factor for poor standards in basic schools and the persistently bad BECE results, Dr. John Gatsi, a Senior Lecturer,...
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Economist Rubbishes Afro barometer report

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An Economist at the University of Cape Coast School of Business, Dr John Gatsi has rubbished the latest Afrobarometer report which states that 76...