African Union and Ghana
always supported Turkey on international matters," he said.
As a result of the transaction, Tigo Ghana
will retain a minority interest in HTG.
While two-time former champions Ghana
struggled to play their natural game in te puddles of water, Mali seemed to thrive in these conditions and went into half time with a one-goal advantage.
He said that the economy of Ghana
has a diverse and rich resource
Ehthiopis Tafara, IFC Vice-President and General Counsel, said New governments with fresh mandates often have a window of opportunity for reform, so the time is ripe to implement immediate and long-term reforms that can improve the business environment in Ghana
and attract new investment.
There are no certified financial crime investigators trained in asset forfeiture in Ghana
Yet the provision of transport infrastructure in Ghana
has generally been undertaken as a result of development rather than in anticipation of it, resulting in piecemeal infrastructure provision that is inadequate to meet effective demand.
1000 project is transformational in the sense that it brings fuel solutions to enable secure power.
Hamad Buamim, President and CEO, Dubai Chamber, who was leading a trade mission to Ghana
, officially opened the new office in the Ghanaian capital to promote Dubai as an international business hub and strengthen economic and trade ties with Ghana
The consortium partners and the Government of Ghana
jointly signed a Letter of Intent in March with the aim of launching the GCX over a 12-month period through early 2015.
Compared to its West African neighbors, Ghana
has a much stronger economy, almost double in terms of per capita output of the poorer countries in the region.
continues to participate in the African Contingency Operations Training and Assistance (ACOTA) program, in which the U.
AKRA (CyHAN)- Ghana
has detained 124 Chinese workers suspected of illegal gold mining in the country.
High visa and hotel fees are said to be adversely affecting tourism in Ghana
Fuel prices have gone up in Ghana
by between 15 and 20 per cent after days of debate on whether government should maintain prices, given the negative effects on the economy.