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President Courts Caribbean Investors

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, Tuesday, assured the business community of the security of their investments in Ghana, and asked the private sector to harness the opportunities inherent in the business climate.

He said with his Administration’s policies geared towards facilitating business and industrial growth, and positioning Ghana as the most business and people-friendly economy on the continent, a formidable public-private partnership was the most viable way of building a competitive economy.

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Ghana to Benefit from US$60 Billion Chinese Fund for Africa… Signs New Agreement with China

Ghana and China have signed a new agreement under the Joint Commission on Economic, Trade and Technical Cooperation to enable Ghana benefit from a US$60 billion Chinese support for Africa.
Per the agreement, Ghana will receive financial support for the development of sectors including power, transport, telecommunications, education and municipal construction.

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Tax Exemptions Policy Reversed - Huge Relief For Businesses

The Ministry of Finance has reversed the tax exemption policy that required exempted companies to pay import duties and later request a refund.

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Mexico, Ghana Strengthen Bilateral Relations - Ambassador Arriola Aguiire

The Mexican Embassy in Accra is celebrating 207 years of the beginning of the independence of Mexico today, with an assurance that bilateral relationship with Ghana is strengthening.

In just 29 months, since the re-opening of the embassy in Ghana, 10 business missions, made up of six from Mexico to Ghana and four from Ghana to Mexico, have taken place.

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BoG Schools Banks On How to Recapitalise To GH¢400m

The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has officially revised the minimum capital of banks to GH¢400 million, in a public notice that also seeks to educate the banks on how to meet the new requirement.

The notice, published Monday afternoon, notes that banks would be required to meet the required minimum capital through three main ways; fresh capital injection, capitalisation of income surplus and a combination of fresh capital injection and capitalisation of income surplus.

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