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Export fund to support non-traditional sector

 

The government has committed itself to use the Export Development, Agricultural and Industrial Fund (EDAIF) to accelerate the growth of the non-traditional export sub-sector to enable it play a more meaningful role in the expansion of the economy. It is also intended to give the needed support to the manufacturing sector and expand the resource envelope.

 

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Foreign Ministry creates Diaspora Support Unit

 

A Diaspora Support Unit (DSU) has been established at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration to serve as a platform for Ghanaian enterprenuers who have returned from abroad to exchange ideas on how to grow their businesses. Speaking at a diaspora business summit in Accra yesterday, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Ms Hanna Tetteh, said with the establishment of the unit, there was the need for Ghanaians in the diaspora to bring their expertise to bear on the national effort to expand the economy and create jobs.

 

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Quantum Shift helps businesses unlock potential

 

Ghana’s deepening economy is coming along with specialised services and products, as is the case in most developed economies. From the development of special applications for tablets and smartphones, the educational system and human capacity building companies are also entering the country to add their bit to make the economy ready to host the eminent growth and dynamic changes.

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Rlg honoured at UAE’s electronic transaction summit

 

Rlg Communications Group has been given an award for technological innovation by the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) of United Arab Emirates (UAE), regulators of the telecom sector. It was awarded during the first Electronic Transaction and Commerce Summit in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

 

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Making Varsity Graduates More Employable

 

A refrain used constantly by captains of industry any time the issue of graduate unemployment is broached is the claim that the products of our universities are unemployable. The business community insists that the number they can give jobs to is limited by the millions they need to spend to imbue university graduates with the very basic practical requirements of industry, as undergraduate programmes are purely theory-based.

 

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GIPC signs MoU with Enterprise Mauritius

 

The Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) and Enterprise Mauritius have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to collaborate in capacity building and investment in both countries. The initiative, which is aimed at building the bond between the two countries, will also explore synergies to their mutual benefit

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