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During the 1960s and 1970s most developing countries including Ghana: - were of the strong convict­ion that governments alone reserved the right to promote and advance the cause of national economic development.In the 1980s and 1990s- however- the conviction yielded…
The Companies Code was enacted and promulgated in 1963 (Act 179), and has ever since been in force. Since it was drafted by the famous Professor L. C. B. Gower and promulgated, forty (40) years have elapsed - Ghana and…
The Private Enterprise Foundation (PEF), was founded on the initiative of four major business associations: Association of Ghanaian Industries (AGI), Ghana National Chamber of Commerce (GNCC), the Ghana Employers Association (GEA), and the Federation of Associations of Ghanaian Exporters (FAGE),…
The National coordinator of the Ghana Capacity 21 Programme, Mr. S. 0. Saaka apologized on behalf of the Chief Director of the Ministry for Environment Science and Technology for his inability to be at the workshop due to other equally…
Ghana Vision 2020: A Middle Income Country by the Year 2020 Ghana seeks to become a middle income country by the year 2020. This ambitious objective, embodied in the Government's Vision 2020, requires an average annual growth rate of 8%…
The Ghanaian private sector has been designated as the engine of growth in the country's new development strategy. This new role of the private sector is no doubt a challenging one. This is because the private sector is expected to…

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