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4. 10. 2017

The Bank of Ghana is likely to keep its key rate above 20% well into next year as inflation exceeds its target and economic growth accelerates. Inflation seems to have hit a floor at about 12-13% and faces upward pressure from energy prices in coming months. A resolution to a maritime dispute with Ivory Coast has allowed drilling to resume in an offshore oil field, supporting economic growth and thus reducing the prospects of more rate cuts.

Source: Daily Graphic Online

3. 10. 2017

Meridian Ports Services (MPS), the terminal operator expanding the Tema Port has signed a $20 million building contract with Consar Limited.

Source: Myjoyonline

2. 10. 2017

After winning the ‘Bank of the Year’ Award at the 16th edition of the Ghana Banking Awards (GBA) in July this year, Ghana’s biggest bank, Ecobank Ghana Limited has also picked the Chartered Institute of Marketing Ghana (CIMG)’s ‘Bank of the Year’

2. 10. 2017

Customs World, a subsidiary of Ports Customs and Free Zones Corporation (PCFC), has announced plans to make initial investments of about $10 million investment into operations to make Ghana’s ports one of the best using state-of-the-art technologies.

Source: peacefmonline

26. 9. 2017

The Bank of Ghana’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) on Monday maintained the policy rate at 21 per cent owing to emerging risks to inflation seen in increases in core inflation figures.

Source: GNA

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