See pictures of Ghana (Gold Coast) before independence.
The Gold Coast was a British Crown Colony on the Gulf of Guinea in West Africa from 1821 to its autonomy as a major aspect of the country of Ghana in 1957. The term Gold Coast is likewise frequently used to portray the entirety of the four separate jurisdictions that were under the organization of the Governor of the Gold Coast. These were simply the Gold Coast, Ashanti, the Northern Territories Protectorate and the British Togo land trust territory.The principal European wayfarers to show up at the coast were
Top 10 Countries With The Largest Gold Reserves In The World In 2020.
Gold reserve is the amount of billion that is held by the central bank,called the treasury of the country. It contributes to the nation's creditworthiness in the issuance of currency and bonds. For any government holding high amount of gold is important. It acts as a reserve currency for performing transactions in international trade. Largest gold reserves have remained mostly unchanged for the last few years. The United States holds the number one spot for gold in the world. Here are 10 countries with largest
A Bag Of Imported Rice in Ghana is No Longer Gh¢367.60, Check Out The New Price At Kejetia Market
Rice is the most common foodstuff around the world. It is easy to produce and it is consumed by the majority of people from different backgrounds. Rice is a major source of carbohydrate. Ghana is a major consumer when it comes to rice and a lot of the rice that we see in our markets is imported from other countries. About 75 percent of rice that is consumed in Ghana is imported. Thailand has been a major exporter of rice in the world. Ghana now produces enough rice to feed its population but not enough to export.
Check out the current fuel prices in Ghana as at December 2020
Hello everyone. Thanks for clicking on my article. Please do well to click on the following icon to enjoy more educating and entertaining articles from me. A lot of things are really becoming expensive in the country. For example, an olonka of garri was initially 7 to 8 cedis but as of now, it's now being sold for 14 to 15 cedis which is double the original price. This inflation has also affected other commodities such as food stuff, building materials etc…. Surprisingly, fuel prices are moving in a steady
U/W: Traders at Wa Market cry for help over stray Animal invasion
Traders at the Wa Central Market have expressed serious concerns over invasion of stray livestock in the market.Stating their ordeal, the market women says they are being disturbed by these livestock whose owners are unknown.
Five(5) Most Expensive Metals discovered in the World
The five most expensive metals and where they are mined RhodiumRelatively unknown to the layperson, rhodium is quietly one of the hottest trades right now, after a price surge of more than 30% this year. Rhodium recently hit a new high, trading comfortably above $13,000 per troy ounce. Rhodium previously peaked, and quickly crashed in 2008 at more than $10,000 per troy ounce (ozt), but the metal is now trading above that 2008 high on the back of a swell in demand from the automotive industry. PalladiumRhodium’s
Do you remember some of these currencies Ghanaians once spent?- see more photos
If you were born s8mewhere in the 1990s or below, you will have the opportunity to quickly acknowledge some very old currencies spent by Ghanaians. However, the 'computer generation'- recent or persons born in the 2000s might only have the chance to see a few of these currencies. Ghana has spent a number of currencies over the years. Ghanaian currencies have been both paper currencies and also in the former of coins. Ghanaian currencies especially those which are in the former of coins are specifically rich
Tariffs To Be Cleared From These Sectors - Col. Kwadwo Damoah
Following the interview granted by Col Kwadwo Damoah / Commissioner Customs Division (GRA) on peace FM said, the government of Ghana is laying down measures to eliminate tariffs and non-tariffs on importers and exporters with in Africa.
Kumasi Central Market traders storm Kumasi with massive demonstration - Kesben media reports
Kumasi Central Market traders storm Kumasi with massive demonstration - Kesben media reports Ever since the first face of the almighty Kumasi Kejetia market was completed in 2018, work has been standstill on the second face of the project. The project which was scheduled to be completed last year, is still hanging because of traders who are making it difficult for the contractors to start the second face. Authorities have tried all they can, but the traders weren't moving from their trading centres, to make
Nigeria Blacklisting Goods from Ghana and others, a Disincentive for African Trade Integration
The Leadership of Ghana’s Parliament has underscored the need for African countries to harmonize their trade regulations and to avoid individual country protectionism measures in order to bring to fruition the much anticipated Free Trade Area on the continent. The issue gained currency on the Floor of Parliament on Tuesday, July 07, 2020 when the Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mohammed Habibu Tinjani made a statement to commemorate the maiden celebration of the African Integration Day which will be marked
Coronavirus: the environment is recovering and the economy is shrinking.
The coronavirus pandemic is expected to have a significant adverse impact on the global economy. Governments around the world are implementing various fiscal measures to mitigate the adverse effects and provide relief for businesses and households. On 30 March, 2020, Ghana's minister for finance delivered a statement to the Parliament of Ghana on the "economic impacts of the covid-19 pandemic on the economy of Ghana", the minister outlined the expected impact of the pandemic on the Ghanaian economy and the
Ghana And China To Have Better Trade Relationship After 60 Years Of Friendship - Dr. Bawumia
The Vice President of the Republic of Ghana, Dr. Alhaji Mahamudu Bawumia today 16th September 2020, held a video conference with China to celebrate our 60th anniversary as friendship since 1960. Dr. Kwame Nkrumah and the then China's Chairman Mao established a strong relationship between China and Ghana shortly after Ghana becoming Republic on 1st July, 1960. This harmonious diplomatic relationship have been maintain from that time up till now. In trading, exports and imports, developmental ideas are few to
A Bag Of Imported Rice in Ghana is Now Gh¢404.00 Not Gh¢367.60
Rice is the most consumed grain in all parts of the world. It is easy to produce in commercial quantities. Rice is the most demanded foodstuff on the market. The major exporters of rice is Thailand. Until recently, over 75 percent of rice that is consumed in Ghana was imported from other countries. Ghana now produces a sufficient amount of rice but that is below the point where we can say that Ghana is now a major exporter of rice. We still depend on foreign markets to feed our population. The high demand for
Sekondi-Takoradi traders begin relocation for work on T’di Market Circle
The Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly (STMA) has scheduled Monday, February 15 to Friday, March 5 to relocate traders at the Takoradi Market Circle to a temporary market. The relocation is to allow for the redevelopment of the over-90-year-old market, which has not seen any facelift since it was constructed. This is despite increasing congestion and numerous fire outbreaks the market has witnessed. The Assembly has since last year been engaging traders and transport operators at the Takoradi Market Circle
B/R: Framers Don't Determine Cashew Price, Cashew Buyers and Exporters Clear Air
Cashew Buyers and Exporters Clear Air On Determinants Of Cashew Pricing Framers Don't Determine Buying Price Cashew has become one money crop God has favored Ghana with and developed generally at the Bono/Ahafo, Western, portions of North and different spots as government and partners in the business are puting in each
Ghana Experiences An Encouraging Expansion Of Exports
Ghana's Experiences An Encouraging Expansion Of Exports The CEO of the Ghana Export Promotion Authority Dr. Asare Asabea, said Ghana has recorded an encouraging expansion in its exports, which has enhanced the country's good reputation when it comes to international trade. However, Dr. Asabea said, the recent relatively weak performance of the non-traditional exports sector in the international trade sector had revealed the dangers, weaknesses and discrepancies associated with depending too much on primary commodity
NDC gross deficit of ideas explains manifesto delay - Gabby jabs
NDC net deficiency of thoughts clarifies statement delay-Gabby hits Senior individual from the administering New Enthusiastic Gathering (NPP), Gabby Otchere-Darko has additionally tossed salvos at the restriction National Just Congress (NDC) for not propelling their pronouncement. As per him, the gathering needs thoughts and was just trusting that the NPP will dispatch it's statement so they could take thoughts from it. In a tweet, the legal counselor stated: "The NDC, the gathering frantic to reclaim
Oil prices settle up, marking seventh straight weekly gain
Oil settled up at a nine-month high on Friday, balancing seven straight long stretches of gains as speculators zeroed in on the rollout of COVID-19 immunizations and a decay this week in the U.S. dollar. Pfizer has applied for endorsement in Japan for its antibody, which is being utilized in the United Kingdom and the United States. U.S. VP Mike Pence said U.S. endorsement for Moderna's shot could come later on Friday. Brent rough settled up 76 pennies, or 1.5%, to $52.26 a barrel subsequent to contacting
Fuel prices to be increased by next week
Fuel prices are expected to increased by over 2 percent per litre by next week across all fuel stations in the Ghana. Currently, the price of fuel at some major fuel stations in the country is currently selling at GH¢5.00 per litre while others are still in the GH¢4.85 threshold at some other fuel stations. Relating to next week’s increment, the Institute for Energy Security (IES) had highlighted fuel prices on the local market to increase marginally in the first pricing window of January 2021. On the world
Joint Statement On New Interim Ghana-UK Trade Partnership Agreement
Trade Negotiations between Ghana and the United Kingdom after the latter's exit from the European Union have been completed. The agreement reached today, Friday, February 5, 2021, is an agreement that will provide duty-free and quota-free access for Ghanaian exporters into the United Kingdom Market and reduce tariffs for UK exporters into Ghana. The agreement is expected to take effect after internal procedures of ratification have been done by both Parliaments of Ghana and the United Kingdom. According to the