Business & Economy

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo says his government will continue to work hard to attract more investment into Ghana.

The National Petroleum Authority has disclosed that by making stringent efforts to curb illegal downstream activities, the NPA has cut back exports of petroleum products to neighbouring countries from nearly 30 million litres in August 2017 to roughly two million litres in August this year. This represents a 93 per cent reduction in illegal trades.

Dana Energy, a Middle East oil and gas drilling company, is set to invest in Ghana's recently discovered oil field as part of measures to help grow the country into one of the massive oil producers in the world.

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