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The government of Ghana has expressed regret over the European Commission’s move to include the country in its lists of countries defaulting in the anti-money laundering and the Financing of Terrorism framework.

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Too Much Imports Negatively Affecting Cedi And Economy – Yaw Buabeng Asamoah
 Feb-22:  
Prosperity Projects: UK To Invest £30m In Africa
 Feb-22:  
Ghana Needs $2b Agro & Industrial Investment For Cedi Stability
 
 Feb-21:  
Ghana Bags $3 Billion …From Diasporan Remittances In 2018
 Feb-21:  
Consortium Of Local Banks Raises $51million For Housing Project
 Feb-21:  
Ghana’s Cargo Throughput To Grow By 10 Percent This Year
 Feb-21:  
GRA Reminds Retailers To Affix Tax Stamps On Their Goods
 
 Feb-20:  
Continuous Decline In Producer Price Inflation Rate For Industry
 Feb-20:  
Kumasi Auto Dealers Cry Foul
 
 Feb-18:  
Veep Jabs NDC Over Cedi Depreciation
 
 Feb-16:  
Ghana’s Oil Production To Go Up To 500,000 Barrels - Minister
 
 Feb-15:  
EU Iincludes Ghana On 'Dirty-Money' Blacklist
 
 Feb-14:  
Inflation Coming Down
 Feb-14:  
Only Two Percent In Informal Sector Pay Taxes
 
 Feb-13:  
PIAC To Sign MoU With EOCO
 Feb-13:  
‘Ghana Is West Africa’s Largest FDI Recipient’
 Feb-13:  
Africa Needs Industrialisation To Drive Its Development Transformation - Alan Kyerematen
 Feb-13:  
There’s ‘Relative Stability’ In The Exchange Rate - BoG Insists
 
 Feb-12:  
Chocolate Imports Cost US$45m
 Feb-12:  
Ghana Will Strengthen Partnerships With German Businesses - Dr. Bawumia
 
 Feb-11:  
Pound Drops As UK Economy Slows Sharply
 
 Feb-09:  
GHC54m Judgment Debt hits Ghana Railway?
 Feb-09:  
TOR To Become Fully Operational By September
 
 Feb-08:  
Ghana May Auction Eurobonds With Or Without Final IMF Review
 Feb-08:  
Ghana Is Frontrunner In Meeting The Single Currency Criteria - Bawumia
 
 Feb-07:  
Gov’t Presses On With Making Nation A Pharmaceutical Hub
 Feb-07:  
GH¢45.4bn Tax Revenue Target To Be Revised Upward
 
 Feb-06:  
Ghana's Economy Growing Faster Than US Economy - US News Host - VIDEO
 Feb-06:  
Gov’t Cushions Ghanaians With GH¢232m
 Feb-06:  
Mining Must Make Africa Prosperous - President
 
 Feb-05:  
8 Tax Policies Suffocating Businesses - KPMG
 Feb-05:  
Cedi Falls Behind Emerging Market Peers
 
 Feb-04:  
Fuel Prices To Go Up Tomorrow?
 
 Feb-03:  
Financial Sector Regulators Urged To Support Monetary Literacy
 
 Feb-02:  
Africa Need To Balance Mobilizing Financial Resources And Controlling Indebtedness – Report
 
 Feb-01:  
Major Boost For Oil Sector; Jubilee Field To Be Fully Operational Q1
 Feb-01:  
Analysts Push For Long-Term Policies To Arrest Cedi Depreciation
 Feb-01:  
Pensions Law ‘Excludes’ 10.2m In Informal Sector – Expert
 
 Jan-28:  
Ghana’s Debt Hits 172.9 Billion Cedis
 
 Jan-27:  
Concrete structures needed to attract the youth into agriculture
 
 Jan-26:  
Ashaiman traders optimistic of commodity prices dropping marginally
 Jan-26:  
Foodstuffs prices expected to stabilise by end of January
 Jan-26:  
Pay your taxes more regularly - Sissala West DCE
 
 Jan-24:  
Local Currency Hits ¢5.1 Against Dollar
 Jan-24:  
‘Reduce Gas Prices To Aid Industrialisation’
 
 Jan-21:  
Government urged to support smallholder farmers to meet standards
 
 Jan-20:  
Close To GH¢2bn Lost To Diversion Of Imports Transit Cargo; Transporters Given 6-Month Ultimatum
 
 Jan-17:  
New Port System ‘Ready’ In 2yrs
 Jan-17:  
Risks To The Global Economy In 2019
 Jan-17:  
ACEP Warns Gov’t
 
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