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Revenue Blues for the Government

Revenue Blues for the Government

Times are rough for the taxman in Ghana. For a third straight year, revenue targets set in the national budget

Infrastructure moves to the front burner

Infrastructure moves to the front burner

The beginning of the major rainy season, which lasts from April to June, is the beginning of rising anger and expense

Mobilising Taxes for Development: The Case of Tax Expenditures

Mobilising Taxes for Development: The Case of Tax Expenditures

Prudent fiscal policy is critical for the development of economies around the globe and the government uses

Ghana’s Budget Discipline Key to Cedi’s Performance for Rest of Year

Ghana’s Budget Discipline Key to Cedi’s Performance for Rest of Year

Central Bank’s target of US$800-million inflows was by end-March very positive for FX liquidity and price

Ghana’s Private Sector Globally Competitive?

Ghana’s Private Sector Globally Competitive?

The competitiveness of the private sector is critical for economic growth, as it provides jobs for a large section of

Another love affair with the IMF comes to an end

Another love affair with the IMF comes to an end

On her visit in December to Ghana’s capital, Accra, the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF),

Ghana’s resilient economic growth depends on government’s oil and gas sector strategy

Ghana’s resilient economic growth depends on government’s oil and gas sector strategy

Ghana’s economy had an impressive growth rate of 8.5% percent in 2017, the highest recorded in five years.

Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary tells Bryan Elliott why all entrepreneurs and CEOs should be willing to fire anyone who doesn't fit with the business -- even if they're family.

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