Monthly Archives: February 2012

Dealing With Bad Work Habits

When it comes to work, you have no excuse to allow any other thing to distract you. Many people engage in various activities which do not help them to achieve their objectives. Constantly checking email,Facebook or Twitter Social networking sites have … Continue reading

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Hyundai Sets Up In Ghana

Hyundai Motor Company, in collaboration with KOICA and PLAN Korea, will launch a project to help the youth in under-developed areas support themselves by setting up technical training centre for automobile repair in several African nations. Starting with Ghana, Hyundai … Continue reading

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VRA Seeks Alternatives

The Volta River Authority (VRA) has noted that it is considering plans aimed at securing Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) from parts of the world to solve the country’s current energy problems. Kweku Awotwi, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of VRA, who … Continue reading

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Unilever Kicks China

DAVID MUREITHI, Managing Director of Unilever Ghana and West Africa, has said Unilever’s products are more efficient and appealing to consumers and therefore the company will not be threatened by competing products from China and other parts of Asia. According … Continue reading

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Over 7.5 Million Mobile Phone Numbers Face Deactivation

More than 7.5 million mobile phone numbers in Ghana are likely to be deactivated come March 3, 2012, the legally set date by which all SIM cards in country should have been registered. The latest Summary of Data Verification for … Continue reading

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Agric Entrepreneurship – Answer To Youth Unemployment?

According to the National Youth Policy of Ghana and the Africa Youth Charter, youthful persons are aged between 18 to 35 years. However, most people in this age bracket are unemployed. Youth unemployment has become the biggest developmental challenge in … Continue reading

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Ghana’s Coast: Dumping Site For Abandoned Vessels

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is unhappy with the growing number of abandoned vessels along Ghana’s coast. A number of cargo, tanker and fishing vessels have been abandoned on the shores of Prampram, close to the Tema Habour. Though this … Continue reading

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Ghana’s BoP Surplus Shrinks

GHANA’S OVERALL balance of payments recorded a surplus of US$546.5 million in 2011, down from the GH¢1.5 billion surplus recorded in 2010. The decline was due to the widening current account deficit, the Bank of Ghana (BoG) has noted. According … Continue reading

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Blue Skies Unveil New Labels

Blue Skies Ghana Limited has launched exciting new labels for its freshly squeezed juice products in Ghana. The new labels have been introduced to enable Blue Skies distinguish itself from the numerous imported juice and soft drink brands that have … Continue reading

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Australian Coys Drive Mining Boom In Africa

Australian companies are spearheading the mining boom in Africa, the country’s High Commissioner to Ghana has said. William Williams, the Australian High Commissioner to Ghana, said mining companies who have their origins in Australia have been leading the way on … Continue reading

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