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Zoyo Zhao: Doing business in Ghana

Head of U-Ton International, Zoyo Zhao, tells her story on how she weathered the storm in the West African market. BUSINESS FINDER brings you excerpts of the interview RAJU J. R. PARWANI had with her
WITH a strong financial background and deep knowledge in manufacturing, civil engineering, and mining, it is not surprising that Zoyo Zhao manages an alliance of engineering firms of which U-Ton International Ghana Limited is part.

First Fund posts good profits

By Raju J.R. PARWANI, Accra
FIRSTBANC’S money market mutual fund, First Fund, has recorded yet another impressive feat in the 2016 financial year.

Standchart on long- term growth path

By Daniel NONOR,Accra
Standard Chartered Bank says it remains focused on the disciplined execution of plansto deliver long- term sustainable growth.

Standard Chartered Bank’s strategic actions pay off

By Daniel NONOR, Accra
STANDARD Chartered Bank has announced positive results from its key strategic actions over the past year which has led to significant growth in operating profits and income.

Promote domestic investments – PEF to GIPC

By Isaac AIDOO, Accra
UNHAPPY with what it has described as excessive focus on Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs), at the expense of local businesses, the Private Enterprises Federation (PEF) has urged the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) to

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Dr Kofi Amoa-Abban awarded as GUBA Best Oil and Gas Entrepreneur 2017

THE Chief Executive officer (CEO) of Rigworld International Services, Dr Kofi Amoa-Abban has received the GUBA Black Star award for Young Oil and Gas Entrepreneur at the 2017 GUBA Awards held in London in the United Kingdom.

GH¢47m environmental tax diverted?

By Kenneth O. ADADE and Ivy Esinam TUSAH
ABOUT GH¢47 million, which accrued from the environmental tax, is said to be sitting in the confers of government since its inception over five years ago.

Informal sector workers get pension scheme

By Raju J. R. PARWANI, Accra
SOME 12 million workers in Ghana’s informal sector now have access to a pension scheme to help them escape old-age poverty when they retire, following the launch of the TUC-UNIWA Informal Workers’ Pension Scheme.

Framers to start planting new tomato variety in 2018 – CSIR

By John Elliot HAGAN & John ASAMOAH, Accra
GHANAIAN farmers will start planting open-pollinated and hybrid seedlings of tomatoes by the end of 2018 in all tomatoes growing areas by 2018 as a way of boosting tomato production to contribute to the sustainable increase in tomato production and processing in the country.

Busy Internet rolls out ‘Jump’ at UPSA

By John Elliot HAGAN, Accra
BUSY Internet Ghana, operators of Busy4G, has partnered the school authorities of the University of Professional Studies (UPS), Accra, to roll out an electronic learning(e-learning) portal, dubbed ‘Jump’ to motivate the youth to