Business in Ghana
- Created on 27 January 2015
- Last Updated on 27 January 2015
Barely a month into the year, the Ghana cedi has started showing early signs of losing its value to major currencies, particularly the United States dollar, a scare that is forcing the Bank of Ghana to almost double its weekly dollar float into the market.
- Created on 26 January 2015
- Last Updated on 26 January 2015
Air travellers to Kumasi last Friday evening, January 23, had the opportunity to experience the inaugural night flight of domestic carrier, Africa World Airlines (AWA).
- Created on 22 January 2015
- Last Updated on 22 January 2015
It is estimated that Ghana will lose $700 million in oil revenue this year as a result of the falling price of crude on the world market. Averagely, the country made $1.2 billion annually from crude oil production, but the President, Mr John Dramani Mahama, says the latest developments on the world market have brought the expected revenue down to $500 million.
- Created on 20 January 2015
- Last Updated on 20 January 2015
Commercial banks in the country are charging their customers more than 1000 percent of the GH¢1.50 they pay to the clearing house, the Ghana Interbank Payment and Settlement Systems Limited (GhIPSS), for express cheque clearing services.