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A man sits outside the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Secretariat office in Accra, capital of Ghana, August 17, 2020. Ghanaian President on Monday handed over the edifice housing the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) secretariat to the African Union (AU) for the commencement of work. (Ghana Presidency/Handout via Xinhua)

Practical Insights: IMANI-GIZ Reform Dialogue on What the AfCFTA mean for Ghanaian Businesses

IMANI Centre for Policy and Education (“IMANI CPE”) and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (“GIZ”) on 10 March 2021 held the 2nd IMANI-GIZ...
IMANI-GIZ Policy Dialogue on COVID-19

Rare Insights from IMANI-GIZ Policy Dialogue on COVID-19 and its Impact on Ghanaian Businesses

IMANI Centre for Policy and Education and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ) have partnered to carry out a series of six...
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Government will assist Ghanaian businesses take full advantage of AfCFTA- President

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo Tuesday reaffirmed Government’s determination to assist Ghanaian businesses to take full advantage of the African Continental Free Trade Area...

Chinese riding on COVID-19 to push us out Ghanaian business – Advertiser

A set of violent demonstrations may soon erupt across Ghana as Chinese businesses ride on the challenges posed by COVID-19 to push Ghanaian businesses...
Ghana top 10 business risks 2020

Ghana top 10 business risks 2020

9th annual survey on top business risks attracts record participation of 2,700+ experts from over 100 countries Macroeconomic and Market developments are top...
Mr Justice Stephen Alan Brobbey

Ghanaian businesses will flourish with good succession plans

Mr Justice Stephen Alan Brobbey, a Retired Supreme Court Judge, has advised Ghanaian businesses to strive to put in place good succession plans to...
Quick Angels

Quick Angels Limited Here to Save Ghanaian Businesses

Quick Angels, an indigenous angel investor company, has officially launched its operations with a pledge to contribute significantly to the economic growth and national...

MiDA Project will give strength to Ghanaian businesses

The Millennium Development Authority (MiDA) has devoted 10 million dollars of the 498.2 million-dollar grant for the Market Access Project, under the Power Compact...
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Ghanaian businesses asked to follow global trade policies

Mr. Fredrick Alipui, Policy Advisor to the Trade and Industry Ministry, said they should be conversant with the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA), African Growth...
On Business helps SMEs maximise travel budgets

Tigo Business inspires SMEs to take advantage of digital presence

At a meeting with various SMEs businesses in Accra, he revealed like most developing countries, Ghana’s SME market is a key factor in driving...

The preferable stop for investments now is South Sudan

Sectors for potential investment in South Sudan include but not limited to manufacturing of construction materials, oil and gas, banking and finance, transportation, and...

GGEA tasks business to sustain their integrity

Mr Stephen Antwi, the President of the Ghanaian German Economic Association (GGEA), said integrity in business would enable credible and reliable foreign partners to...

Africa Prepares For Free Trade Agreement In 2017

Currently, visa restrictions have made it difficult for Africans to travel to other African countries to engage in business and recreational activities. The agreement, which...
Kofi Yamoah, MD, Ghana Stock Exchange

Ghanaian business community projects brighter economic prospects in 2016

If prevailing economic environment persists, businesses will perform far better than last year, Kofi Yamoah, Managing Director (MD) of the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE),...
Sam Bediako-Asante

The Curse of Ghanaian Businesses Now are Mergers and Acquisition Headaches

By Sam Bediako-Asante In Ghana, and in most developing countries, there is no denying the fact that Small and Medium-scale enterprises play major roles in...

Ghanaian businesses call for more Chinese investment

by Alex Osei-Boateng Speaking at an economic and trade forum organized by the Chinese embassy in Kumasi on Friday, the participants believed increased Chinese...
Ghana Airways

Ghana hopeful of reviving national airline

Speaking to the media after a visit to the Ghanaian stand at the ongoing 13th Middle East Natural and Organic Products Expo (MENOPE) 2015,...

IFC and SECO To Strengthen Ghanaian Businesses

IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, and the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO), Switzerland, today launched the Africa Corporate Governance Program...

Give strong backing to indigenous Ghanaian businesses-Moti

The Ministry of Trade and Industry (MoTI) has been asked to give strong backing to indigenous Ghanaian businesses to develop vibrant research and development...
Wpid Oil And Gas

USAID Funds Workshop For SMEs In Oil and Gas

Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) operating in the Oil and gas sector are undergoing a four-day intensive training on procurement procedures in the oil...

Poor Packaging Affecting Ghanaian Businesses

Ghanaian products are unable to penetrate the international market due to poor packaging, labelling and the inability of export-oriented companies to meet local and...

Technoserve Supports Ghana?s Micro And Small Enterprises

The UK through the Department for International Development (DFID) is working with Technoserve to support Ghanaian Micro and Small Enterprises (MSMEs) to grow and...

Large Dutch Business Delegation Visits Ghana

A group of 30 companies will be visiting Ghana from 24th until 30th September to explore mutual business opportunities. During the visit, specific attention...

Minister of State Backtracks on Unfavroubale Comments

Minister of State at the Presidency in-charge of Public-Private Partnerships, Rashid Pelpuo has sought to clarify comments he is quoted to have made to...