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FDI Inflow Begins to Rebound As Ghana Records FDI Of 785.62 Million Dollars In First Half Of 2020

Ghana has recorded total investments of US$869.47 million, with total FDI value amounting to US$785.62 million between January to June 2020 as FDI inflow showed rare strength in the final moments of the second quarter of the year, undeterred by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Moving The Ghanaian Film Industry From "Potential To Actualization" Through Investments

Film making is tough business. It requires a lot of capital yet comes with significant uncertainty in terms of profitability even among the best of producers. But in a developing industry like that of Ghana's, fraught with challenges of inadequate capital, copyright infringement and piracy, the ability to make profits is even dimmer.

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Government to Resource GIPC to Make it More Effective – Finance Minister

Ken Ofori-Atta- the Ghanaian Minister of Finance, has revealed that government will be resourcing the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) in order to make it more effective than it has been over the period.

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Railing Up To A Connected Africa- GIPC CEO Talks Investments in Rail Sector


Urban rail on the continent is vital in providing a very efficient alternative to transporting large volumes of passengers and freight at high frequencies and reasonable cost. Rallying with this notion, Ghana has embarked on intense rehabilitation and development of its national rail network.

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Government's Initiatives towards Mitigating the Impact of Covid-19 on Businesses in Ghana


The Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) is a global health and societal emergency that requires effective and immediate action by governments all over the world. Trade, investment growth, and employment have all been affected and governments are implementing various fiscal measures to mitigate the adverse effects and provide relief for businesses.

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