Bank of Ghana commission Diagnosis Laboratory for UGMC

The bank of Ghana has commissioned a Diagnosis Laboratory at the University of Ghana medical Centre(UGMC). The Malecular Diagnostic Laboratory is a facility for the development and performance of molecular Diagnostic test for nucleic acid targets found in a variety of settings in medicine. The Chief executive officer of University of Ghana medical Centre(UGMC),Dr.Darius Osei in an interview with peace news said the new Diagnosis Laboratory Centre which is commissioned by the Bank of Ghana will play in healthcare needs and the exigencies that came with the testing and treatment…

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*GOVERNMENT SHOULD REVIEW THE POLICY OF TAX BEFORE PROFIT TO HELP THE RURAL BANKS – MR ESSIEH PASCAL*

   GOVERNMENT SHOULD REVIEW THE POLICY OF TAX BEFORE PROFIT TO HELP THE RURAL BANKS – MR ESSIEH PASCAL The 17th and 18th annual General meeting of Nafana Rural Bank Limited was held this weekend at the headquarters of the Bank at Sampa, the Jaman North District capital. Speaking at the program, the chairman for the bank, Mr. Essieh Pascal said that, the rural banks in the country are currently facing a lot of crises due to the covid-19 pandemic that hits the country’s economy about 2years ago. He added…

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Election petition verdict to boost investor confidence

  Election Petition ruling is believed to boost local economic development The business community in the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis (STMA) say the supreme court ruling upholding the election of Nana Akufo-Addo as President could help enhance investor confidence and boost local economic development. They said the ruling in the election petition case had cleared investors uncertainty and that of the business community. Speaking to the Ghana News Agency in an interview, Mr Samuel Alabire, a General Merchant, called on Ghanaians especially, party supporters, to accept the outcome of the Supreme Court…

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Ghana for 3 years was described as one of fastest growing economies – Akufo-Addo

  President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has said that his administration is working to ensure that the challenges facing Ghanaians are reduced drastically. He said the country has made remarkable gains in the economy and is seeking to consolidate those gains. In an address to commemorate the 64th independence anniversary on Saturday, March 6, at the Jubilee House, Mr Akufo-Addo said “We recognize that the biggest challenge confronting us is to be able to put our country on the path of sustained progress and prosperity…

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Budget 2021: Four things missing from Rishi Sunak

Chancellors like to claim their Budgets include something for everyone, and Rishi Sunak’s tax and spend statement on Wednesday certainly cast the net wide. There were short-term policies to tackle the impact of Covid-19 and long-term plans for righting the nation’s finances. But some people still feel there were gaps, areas where he could have done more: for those struggling to make ends meet, for example, and on action to fast-track the switch to a low carbon economy. Here are four areas where critics and commentators were surprised by what…

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US and EU suspend tariffs in Boeing Airbus row

Italian parmesan had been affected by tariffs The US and the EU have agreed to a four-month suspension of tariffs they imposed on each other as punishment for subsidies provided to rival planemakers Airbus and Boeing. The move affects billions of dollars worth of goods from both countries. including tractors, wine and cheese. It comes a day after the US agreed to suspend its tariffs on UK imports stemming from the dispute. The US said the step marked a “fresh start” to US-EU trade relations. European Commission Executive Vice-President and…

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Budget 2021: Five things to look out for

Chancellor Rishi Sunak will deliver his Budget on Wednesday, setting out the government’s tax and spending plans and forecasts for the UK economy. This year the pandemic will take centre stage, as he faces pressure to continue supporting people and businesses suffering financially, while offering a plan to repay the record £270bn borrowed by government since the crisis began. Ahead of the speech, Mr Sunak has already promised more money for UK’s vaccination rollout; a £5bn scheme to help High Street businesses reopen; and a mortgage guarantee scheme to help…

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Committees in the extractive industry asked to make judicious use of mineral development fund

Stakeholders in the extractive industry have been tasked to make judicious use of the Minerals Development Fund (MDF) to fastrack development in local communities. To this end, it is incumbent on all stakeholders to participate in the disbursement of the Minerals Development Fund. The move is to change the situation where most mining communities such as Tarkwa-Nsuaem, Obuasi among others, were not benefitting immensely from thé MDF thereby living in abject poverty. A Policy Analyst, Dr. Seth Manteaw said this at a two-day training workshop for Local Management Committees (LMCs)…

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Bitcoin energy use ‘bigger than most countries’

image captionElon Musk made a paper profit of more than $900m following an investment in Bitcoin We’ve all heard the stories of Bitcoin millionaires. Elon Musk is the latest. His electric car company Tesla made a paper profit of more than $900m (£646m) after buying $1.5bn (£1bn) -worth of the cryptocurrency in early February. Its high profile support helped pushed the price of a single Bitcoin to more than $58,000. But it isn’t just the digital asset’s price that has hit an all-time high. So has its energy footprint. And…

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