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Vegetables and fruits from Ghana have been banned from the Chinese market for failing to meet international production standards.

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China Loan Will Be Used To Leverage Bauxite Industry – Gov’t
 
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Ghana Home Loans Partners Unity Link
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BOST CEO Must Step Aside For Investigations - Kwesi Pratt
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Guard Against Harmful Tax Incentives – TUC
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Yantai Jereh Hosts Top Gov't Officials For Strategic Cooperation Summit
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BOST Allays Fears Over ‘Contaminated’ Products
 
 Jun-26:  
A1 Bread Donates to Chief Imam Ahead Of EID-UL-FITR Celebrations (VIDEO)
 
 Jun-23:  
China Powers ‘One District One Factory’ With $2bn
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New Ports Board To Reduce US$400M Demurrage Cost
 
 Jun-21:  
SSNIT Records 63.57% Growth In Positive Image Projection
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Oil Companies Default In Surface Rental Payment
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GRA Declares Rlg Boss Roland Agambire Wanted Over GH¢14m Unpaid Taxes
 
 Jun-20:  
Research Urges Operational Efficiency At Ghana’s Ports
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Star Beer Wins Gold For A Second Time At The Monde Selection Awards
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Korle-Bu, British Airways, Accra Mall Others Violate Data Protection Law (FULL LIST)
 
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Ghana Gas: PIAC Allegations Of Unaccounted $47.4m Sale Of Gas To GNPC "Misleading"
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Ghana Hotels Association - Members In Good Standing
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Govt To ‘Take Second Look’ At Controversial Tow Tax
 
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Jubilee Shutdown Cuts Production By 40%
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Bawumia, Amissah-Arthur Named Among Chartered Bankers In Good Standing
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Fuel Prices To Drop Slightly – IES
 
 Jun-15:  
Stop Importing Used Cylinders – Frances Essiam
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Parliament Passes Bill To Remove Taxes On Spare Parts
 
 Jun-14:  
uniBank Donates GH¢275,000.00 To Muslim Community
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Importers Threaten To Increase Prices
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COCOBOD’s GHC10bn Debt Worsens Over Weak Cocoa Prices
 
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“Ghana Is A Land Of Opportunity For Private Capital” – President Akufo-Addo
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Capital Bank Trains Clients
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Government Courts Accountants
 
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Huawei Set To Open First Experience Centre At Accra Mall
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Ghana Receives €100 Million From Germany’s “Compact With Africa” Programme
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Emirates Offers Special Fare, Free Visa To Dubai
 
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40% Of Cocoa Trees To Be Cut - No Annual Bonuses For Farmers This Year
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WACCI Sets Up $60m Fund For Agric
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Ghanaian Investors Are 52% Disadvantaged; PEF Wants Equal Benefits
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Minority Angry Over ‘Suspension’ Of VAT Collection
 
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Nana Addo To Expose Corruption At Ports
 
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Mantrac Ghana Introduces Rent-To-Own Service For Contractors
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75% Businesses Fail After 3 Years
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World Bank Report Cites Corruption For Low Cocoa Production In Ghana
 
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