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Banks maintain average interest rates

The average interest rate at which commercial banks lend to their customers remained unchanged at 25.7 per cent in December 2017.

NPP outdoors reviewed constitution

The governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) has made some amendments to its constitution, targeted at eliminating strife and internal crisis.

Expatriates ‘swerve’ ‘Cash for Seats’ committee, hearing suspended

The Ameyaw Cheremeh Committee, which is probing the allegation of illegal levies and collection of monies by the Ministry of Trade and Industry, yesterday suspended sitting because witnesses invited for the day did not show up.

Minister stops increment in university admission forms fees

The Minister of State in charge of Tertiary Education, Professor Kwesi Yankah, has sent a strong message to public universities to desist from increasing the cost of admission forms for the next academic year.

Adwoa Safo tells world leaders to affirm women’s right to property

The Minister of State in charge of Public Procurement, Sarah Adwoa Safo, has told world leaders to do their best to let their respective countries affirm women’s right to property, to ensure their economic autonomy.

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Krif Ghana honours The Finder, 6 others

By John Elliot HAGAN, Accra
Krif Ghana Limited, one of the largest stationery and office equipment dealers in Ghana, has honoured seven journalists from various media houses, including The Finder, to show appreciation and gratitude for being there for the company in all its activities.

Sam Jonah calls for change of mindset towards local products

Sir Sam Jonah, the Executive Chairman of Jonah Capital, has called for a deliberate policy to change the attitude of Ghanaians towards local products.

31 Jailed 30 days for contempt of court

A Ho High Court, presided over by Justice Eric Baah, has sentenced 31 out of 35 respondents to 30 days in prison for contempt.
The accused persons were 27 males and eight females.

GHL Bank offers Western Union Transfer Service.

Poised to change the face of mortgage banking in Ghana, the new GHL Bank has signed up to the world’s largest remittance service, Western Union Money Transfer in the build up to becoming the foremost bank for wealth creation.

BoG maintains 8±2% inflation target for 2018

By Augustine Amoah

The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has maintained an inflation rate of 8±2 percent for this year.