Business & Economy

The Minister for Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta, is expected to present the 2019 mid-year review and supplementary Budget to Parliament on Wednesday July 17.

The Minister for Business Development, Ibrahim Mohammed Awal, has expressed worry about low participation by women in the country’s private sector.

Ghana’s farmers received a boost in April this year with the launch of the Planting for Export for Rural Development (PERD) programme. An extension of the highly successful Planting for Food and Jobs, PERD is aiming to broaden the country’s agricultural base and make deeper inroads for the government’s rural development agenda.

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