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The Industrial and Commercial Workers Union (ICU), Ghana has appealed to the government to scrap some of what it calls ‘nuisance taxes’ impeding the growth of businesses in the country.

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GCB Decides To Lay Off All UT, Capital Bank Executive Members
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Ghana’s Economic Challenges Requires An Ambitious Programme - Trade Minister
 
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Prez Akufo Addo Applauds BoG...Urges Them To Fix Weaknesses In Banking Sector
 
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Ghana Is A Very Attractive Business Destination
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Minister Woos Investors Into “One District, One Factory”
 
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Fuel Prices To Shoot Up By 5%
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UKGCC, ITSD Leads Oil And Gas Trade Delegation To SPE 2017
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Controller & Accountant General Staff Steals 115,000; Builds House, Fence Wall
 
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Take-Over Of Two Banks Timely — Analysts
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Government Moving To Increase Exports To The US
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Government Outlines 10 Points Agenda For Industrial Transformation
 
 Aug-14:  
Ghana’s Oil Revenue Rises By 67% In First Half Of 2017 – BoG
 
 Aug-12:  
No Turning Back On Treasury Single Account Implementation – Bawumia
 
 Aug-11:  
Over 3,000 Public Workers To Lose Salaries Over SSNIT Biometric Registration
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Customs Levy Impeding Growth Of Transit Trade
 
 Aug-10:  
Veep Inaugurates BoG Board
 
 Aug-09:  
Keli Gadzekpo Appointed to BoG board
 Aug-09:  
Government Allocates GHC456 Million To Support Private Sector
 Aug-09:  
Inflation Rate Eases To 11.9 Percent In July
 
 Aug-08:  
We Must Domesticate The Ghanaian Economy - Osafo-Maafo
 Aug-08:  
Finance Ministry Starts Settling GH¢3.4 Billion Govt Debt
 
 Aug-07:  
Ghanaian-Owned Economy Key To Gov’t Vision - Bawumia
 Aug-07:  
Gov’t Advised Against Granting Generous Tax Incentives
 
 Aug-06:  
Dutch government supports mainstream Clean Cookstoves
 
 Aug-05:  
Ghana Well Positioned To Attract Investors - GIPC
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Pay Taxes Promptly To Accelerate National Development – GRA Urges Tax Payers
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Take Advantage Of The Huge ECOWAS Market – Osafo Maafo
 
 Aug-02:  
TUC Commends Government For Well-Regulated Budget
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GUTA Not Satisfied With Mid-Year Budget Review
 
 Aug-01:  
Full Text: 2017 Mid-Year Budget Review
 
 Jul-31:  
Finance Minister Presents Mid-Year Budget Review Today
 
 Jul-30:  
Finance Minister Presents Mid-Year Review Budget Tomorrow
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Government Receives GHS1.49 Billion For 5-Year Bond
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Public Sector Workers Face Salary Loss In August
 
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Duffuor’s IFS Tasks Gov’t
 
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Malta President In Ghana To Enhance Economic Ties
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Unlock Traders' Shops - Minister Orders GRA
 
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Policy Rate Cut To 21%
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PWDs To Get 30% GoG Contracts – Adwoa Safo Reveals
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Juapong Textiles Workers Angry
 
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Ken Ofori Atta Replacing MoF Officials With Data Bank Staff – Haruna Iddrisu
 
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Ghana Is Currently Business-Focused — Ibrahim Awal
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Ghana Drops In Investment Ranking
 
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R&D Funding To Increase To 3%Of GDP – Akufo-Addo
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NPA To Introduce Supply Of Domestic Gas Through Pipelines
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GRA, EOCO To Combat Financial Crimes
 
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One Exportable Product Per District Will Bring Money – GEPA
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Mobile Phone And Accessories Dealers Unhappy With GIPC Boss
 
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