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High cost of computer software in Ghana: AMCHAM unhappy

High cost of computer software in Ghana: AMCHAM unhappy

he American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM) has bemoaned the unduly high cost of computer software in Ghana, saying the development is increasing the taste for pirated software.The Chamber in a press release issued at the end its deliberations with the

Food too expensive in Ghana – Akufo-Addo

President Nana Addo Dankwa AKufo-Addo has said Ghanaians pay too much for food hence his government’s resolve to make sure the Planting for Food and Jobs programme becomes a success.“It is important we begin to bring down the cost of food in Ghana. …

Fund to back China's E. Africa investment

Establishment of CADFund representative office in Nairobi seen as catalyst for growthThe China-Africa Development Fund said on Thursday that it was poised to strengthen its investment efforts in the East Africa Community region with the establishment

Private investors from China expanding African beachhead

Unlike two decades ago, when Africa was dominated by Western investors - perhaps due to the ties forged in colonial times - today many Asian countries, led by China, have muscled their way into the continent and are thriving.In many parts of Africa,

Ghana discovers more oil off western coast

ACCRA - TheGhanaNationalPetroleumCorporation (GNPC) onWednesdayannouncedthediscoveryofmoreoiloffthewesternshoresofthecountry.Thediscovery, madeatthePecan-1 explorationwelllocatedintheDeepwaterTano/CapeThreePointsblock, isbyfarthefifthmadeintheblock,

Ghana offers more than a little of gold

Ghana offers more than a little of gold

Africa can offer rich pickings for Chinese investors in several sectors, says top official of ruling partyChinese enterprises have a big role to play in Ghanas economic development, says Johnson Asiedu Nketia, general secretary of the National Democr

Private investors from China expanding African beachhead

Unlike two decades ago, when Africa was dominated by Western investors - perhaps due to the ties forged in colonial times - today many Asian countries, led by China, have muscled their way into the continent and are thriving.In many parts of Africa,