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Banks write off GH¢349 million

. As bad debts in first 4 months


By Augustine Amoah

BANKS operating in Ghana have written off a further GH¢349.1 million as bad debts within the first four months of this year, the latest Banking Sector Report has revealed.

Remove barriers to investment - Prof Singh

By Isaac AIDOO
GHANA would have to do the simple things that will make it attractive to the investor community, Professor of Marketing and International Business with the Faculty of Business and Economics, Winnipeg University in Canada, Satyendra Singh has told Business Finder.

Recapitalisation: Avoid a blanket policy - CIB

By Isaac AIDOO
THE Chartered Institute of Bankers (CIB) is urging the Bank of Ghana (BoG) to avoid a blanket implementation of its policy to get banks in the country to recapitalise.

GIPC , AmCham promote Ghana’s private sector

The Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) in collaboration with the American Chamber of Commerce - Ghana (AmCham Ghana) and the Ghana Embassy in Washington DC, have ended ten-day investment promotion mission to the United States of America.

IMF deal to be extended?

The government is set to take a crucial decision on whether it will extend the three-year Extended Credit Facility (ECF) with the International Monetary Fund next month.

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Woes of PIAC remain unresolved

By Isaac Aidoo
The Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) has made a fresh case for an increase in its budgetary allocation to enable it effectively execute its mandate of monitoring and overseeing the use of Ghana’s petroleum revenues.

Gov’t borrows GH¢1.1 bn in T-Bills

By Augustine Amoah

The Bank of Ghana (BoG) will tomorrow Friday June 23, 2017 auction GH¢1.10 billion worth of short-term treasury securities.

We must embrace the electronic payment life style -GhIPSS

The Chief Executive of Ghana Interbank Payment and Settlement Systems Ltd (GhIPSS) Archie Hesse has said that electronic payment must be adopted as a life style to enable the country to derive the full benefits of the existing infrastructure.

Lenovo unveils new Moto Z phone

By Isaac Aidoo
Lenovo, through its subsidiary, Motorola Mobility, has launched in Ghana its latest mobile device, the Moto Z.

Analysis of inflation for May 2017

BY FirstBanc Research
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) measures the change over time in the general price level of goods and services that households acquire for the purpose of consumption, with reference to the price level in 2012, the base year, which has an index of 100.