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Nations still relying on resources than knowledge economy’ll crash soon—Bawumia

Ghana-Rwanda-co-operation

The Vice President of Ghana, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has said that the era where nations relied on natural resources for socio-economic development are over, but economies that are knowledge or technology driven is in the right path. He said the world has taken a paradigm shift to a stage where knowledge is fundamentally driving the global economy. He averred that ...

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Ghana set to tap from Rwandan success story in ICT development

Ghana-Rwanda-co-operation

In line with its quest to fast track the country’s drive to Information and Communications Technology (ICT) penetration, Ghana has approached Rwanda, leading Africa’s ICT powered economy for partnership. Otherwise, indications are rife that both nations would soon constitute a joint team to facilitate the process of using ICT to speed up the ongoing public sector reforms in Ghana. The ...

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Ghana effectively begins paperless ports transactions, single window operations

Ghanaian President, Akufo Addo

…Nigeria maritime agencies still operating ‘separate’ single windows After few months of systems reconfiguration to synchronize with other sister agencies working at ports, Ghana Port & Habour Authority (GPHA) on September 1, successfully flagged off the paperless ports reforms. It is on record that the Nigerian maritime agencies started planning for single window transactions at ports even before Ghana, but ...

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Govt., Ghanaian banks on collusion course over planned takeoff of TSA

BOG

Whereas the Ghanaian Vice-President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has reaffirmed the stand of the government, saying “No turning back on Treasury Single Account (TSA) implementation,” Money Deposit Banks (MDBs) operating in the economy has raised issues of fears, saying the policy might cripple their operations; hence they have opted for phased implementation of the scheme. Already, instructions had been issued for ...

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