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NATIONAL POLICY SUMMIT ENDS

Government is in the process of amending the Public Financial Management Act to limit the country’s fiscal deficit to between three and five per cent of GDP starting from 2018, the Vice President, Dr Mahamadu Bawumia, has disclosed.

 

According Dr Bawumia, that was a demonstration of commitment by  government to keeping fiscal discipline so that every investor, both internal and external and every player in our economy would know that going forward from 2018 Ghana’s fiscal deficit would always be within the range of three and five per cent of GDP READ MORE....

 
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Gov't Developing A Comprehensive Response To Tackle Floods
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EDUCATION MINISTRY TO REBRAND TVET— PROF. OPOKU-AGYEMANG
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Government To Renew AGOA In September-President Mahama
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President Lauds Tema Port Phase Lift Collaboration
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First Lady elected President of OAFLA
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Gov't Issues White Paper On World Cup Commission's Report
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Blame Game Will Not Solve Problems-Mahama
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Govt To Absorb Private Colleges Of Education
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President Mahama Receives E/R University Report
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Three Day National Mourning Ends Today
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3-day national mourning For Flood Victims Commences Today

All flags will fly at half mast today, Monday, as we begin 3 days of national mourning for the persons who lost their lives through a fire and flood disaster on Wednesday June 03.

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President Mahama’s Post-National Crisis Meeting Briefing Thursday

We have just finished a National Crisis Meeting to review the national disasters that have hit our nation, leading to what the security and emergency services have officially counted to be about 150 deaths.

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President Mahama Optimistic Of More Affordable Housing

President John Dramani Mahama, yesterday urged Real Estate Developers to make their houses available and affordable to the average and lower income-earning Ghanaians.

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GHANA COMMEMMORATES INTERNATIONAL DAY OF UN PEACEKEEPERS

Ghana over the weekend, held a  Wreath-laying ceremony to climax a week-long commemoration of this year’s International Day of United Nations (UN) Peace Keeping here in Accra.

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President Mahama pays last respect to Designer of Ghana's Flag

President John Dramani Mahama on Thursday joined hundreds of mourners who thronged the premises of the State House to pay their last respect to Mrs Theodosia Salome Abenaki Kumea Okoh, designer of the national flag.

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Use Local Content To Create Jobs Veep

Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has charged oil companies to use the local content policy as the basis to create employment for the people.

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President Mahama Pledges To Invest More On Roads

President John Dramani Mahama said on Wednesday that the government has the biggest investments in roads construction in the history of the country.

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Veep urges Chinese private sector to invest in Ghana

Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has called on the Chinese private sector to take advantage of the favourable environment to invest in the country.

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African Governments Must Confront Youth Unemployment-Vice President

Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has on call on African governments to confront head-on the problem of youth unemployment, which he said has the potential to cause mass social unrest and agitation on the continent.

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Africa Must Do More For Women Empowerment - Hanna Tetteh

Ms Hanna Tetteh, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, has said Africa needs to do more to empower its women in the quest to achieve the Africa Union’s (AU) agenda 2063 adopted in January 2014.

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