Pre-mix fuel diversion: scrap off policy to save fishermen
According to Dr Charles Wereko Brobbey, the solution to this problem is for government to scrap off the whole policy and either provide fishermen with engines that operate without additives or issue coupons to the fishermen so that they buy their own regular fuel and add the additives to prevent alternative usage.
Actived: 6 days ago
EMT town hall meeting; Bawumia’s full speech
Second is the portfolio outflows as foreign investors repatriated coupons and principal investments because of rising US interest rates and concerns over Ghana’s exit from the IMF programme. Following the recent Eurobond issue, Ghana’s Gross international reserves as at end March 2019 stands at $9.9 billion, equivalent to 5 months of import
Bright Simons writesShould pension funds carry cross of
The approach of the Ghanaian government and its regulators to “managing” struggling banks in Ghana has evolved yet again. From majority state-owned banks doing “purchase and assumption”, we moved to “resolution and consolidation”, and now we are on the cusp of state-directed, privately financed, transactions to “save” solvent but capital non-compliant banks.