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Financial Investors asked to find expert advice

Mrs Cecilia Dapaah, the Minister of Sanitation and Water Resources, has cautioned potential investors to seek expert advice before investing in the financial space...
Investment

China’s New Foreign Investment Law Avails New Opportunities

A longtime U.S. observer on China has said the draft foreign investment law being deliberated in Beijing is "definitely a step forward" in the...
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Local solutions key to success of South Sudan peace deal

Homegrown solutions are needed to bring sustainable and durable peace in conflict-torn South Sudan, a conflict resolution expert has said. Ashad...
Belt and Road

China’s BRI Fills Helps Push Africa’s Development

The China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) aimed at advancing global partnership can help Africa, the world's second largest and second most-populous continent, to...
Mr Del Aden

SMEs advised to embrace cybersecurity technology

Mr Del Aden, the Managing Partner at Delta3 International, an informational Security Advisory Company has urged the private sector, especially the Small Medium Enterprises...
Ghana Gas

Higher gas price inimical to Ghana’s industrialization – Theo Acheampong

Ghana's dream to industrialize and develop beyond aid is jeopardized by the high prices charged on natural gas produced from its oil and gas...
African Center for Economic Transformation

Narrative of “debt colonialism” aimed to undermine growth in Africa

The false narrative that China's lending practices to developing countries risks plunging them into a "debt trap" is a calculated move to stifle their...
MMDAs

Assemblies urged to organise frequent town hall meetings

Dr Eric Oduro Osae, a local governance expert has urged Metropolitan Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) to hold town hall meetings at the communities...
H.E Mahamudu Bawumia, Vice President of Ghana (right) speaks with IFC VP and General Counsel Ethiopis Tafara (center) and World Bank Group Trade and Competitiveness Senior Director Anabel Gonzalez (left), confer following a high-level dialogue on opportunities for ambitious reforms of the business environment in Ghana. The event took place at IFC's offices during the Spring Meetings of the IMF and World Bank Group in Washington on April 21, 2017.

Expert urges strong governance structures to advance African continental free trade agenda

There is the need for strong governance structures for Africa to achieve the much desired Continental Free Trade Area (CFTA) agenda as a prelude...
A trader retrievesa receipt from an EBM. The amended law reinforces ministerial powers to fine taxpayers who circumvent using electronic billing machines to avoid paying taxes. (File)

Government sudden tax measures disruptive to businesses in Ghana – Expert

While government seeks to improve its revenue mobilization with the introduction of tax policy rationalization measures, some businesses may have been feeling the pinch...
fusion energy

Expert Suggests for Nigeria Investment in Alternative Energy

Investing huge funds in alternative energy can be a major catalyst for Nigeria's industrialization and economic growth, a local expert said on Tuesday. Yemi Kolawole,...
Solar

Solar irrigation, the way to go for Ghana – expert

For Ghana’s vision of an all-year round agriculture production to take root, solar irrigation is the way to go, an expert has said. Gideon Plange,...
Cocoa has been the main cash crop for ghana.

Ghana-Cote d’Ivoire collaboration is turning-point for world cocoa pricing – expert

An agricultural expert hailed here on Friday the decision by Ghana and western neighbors La Cote d’Ivoire to collaborate on various issues relating to...

Hungary: MEPs condemn policies that erode fundamental freedoms and rights

Reacting to the decision of the European Parliament to trigger Article 7 proceedings for Hungary, Berber Biala-Hettinga, Amnesty International’s expert on human rights in...
deforestation-

Ghana needs paradigm-shift in forest management – expert

A campaigner and Forest Advocate has called on Ghana to have a paradigm-shift in its forest management in order to have sustainable use of...
Taxes

Reduced efforts at tax collection worrying for Ghana – expert

An international resource revenue governance expert has described as worrying the reduced effort by Ghana at revenue mobilization since the beginning of commercial oil...
rail

Kenya’s SGR train to hasten Africa’s rise as major power

The Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) passenger train service whose first anniversary was celebrated on May 31 will be instrumental in propelling Africa's rise as...
Investment

Africa’s Sustainable Development Grows from Chinese Investment

Statistics provide strong evidence that it’s groundless say China is “pillaging” Africa and increasing debt burden in the region, said a Chinese expert who...
Shanghai Cooperation Organization

Expert observes the rising support of the international Community to SCO

As the world largest international organizations, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) has nearly 3 billion populations, accounting for one-third world population, and its total...
oil

West Africa needs two million bpd petroleum refinery capacity – expert

The West African sub-region needs at least a two million barrels per day capacity petroleum refinery to meet market demands for finished products in...
Cybercrime

Cyber criminals may compromise Nigeria’s 2019 election – expert

By Kester Omu A cyber security expert, Mr. Remi Afon has raised the alarm that the 2019 general election may be compromised, going by the...
Oil

Experts anticipates oil prices stability for the next 6-months

The U.S. decision to withdraw from the Iranian nuclear deal "will push oil prices neither upward nor downward" and the prices will stabilize "at...
China’s new reforms to fuel anti-corruption campaigns

Africa needs to open up government contracting to tackle corruption – Pradhan

African countries should focus more on opening up government contracting to be more transparent and efficient, said an expert on governance and anti-corruption issues. In...
Global human rights

Professor says United States human rights situation worsened

The United States should not cover up its own human rights issues by focusing on human rights practices of other countries, an American professor...
poor-sanitation

Ghana’s chronic sanitation issue won’t end in 2020 – expert

Ghana’s chronic sanitation challenge seems insurmountable and cannot go away by 2020 as government projects, experts have stated. President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has made...
A schematic drawing of the Tiangong-1 space lab. (Photo: official website of China Manned Space)

Expert rule out any damage over China’s Tiangong Decent

The descent of China's first space lab Tiangong-1 will not cause damage to the ground, a Chinese scientist assured the public in a recent...
One-District-One-Factory project

Agric Expert says Governments One District one dam will provide food security

Professor Livingston Kobina Sam-Amoah,the Provost of the College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences at the University of Cape Coast (UCC) has said the government’s...
real estate

Ghana Stands As West Africa’s Leader in Real Estate Investment

Calvin Kwadwo Bediako, CEO of the Canal Group, who has pioneered work and advised extensively in the emerging markets for more than 15 years...
President Jacob Zuma

South Africa’s 2018 hinges on who will lead ruling party

A developmental economist, Peter Draper, said 2017 was a difficult year for South Africa with low growth and 2018 will be determined by who...
Corruption

Ghana needs three-pronged approach to win anti-corruption fight

For Ghana to win the fight against corruption, the three-pronged approach of enforcement, prevention and education are needed, an expert said here on Monday. Speaking...