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17.Jun.14

Foreign exchange outflows by the Bank of Ghana (BoG) were higher than receipts (inflows) for the first half of 2013.This is in spite of the fact that the foreign exchange payments which totalled US$3,209,368,473 (over US$3.2 billion), represented a decrease on the previous year’s figure of US$3,512,124,741 (over US$3.5 billion).Foreign exchange outflows by the Bank of Ghana (BoG) were higher than receipts (inflows) for the first half of 201

16.Jun.14

The bank however added that it is, like everybody else, subject to the dictates of Parliament and the fiscal authorities -- and it is thus unable to help the situation despite the valid criticisms of the tax.The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has admitted that levying a value added tax (VAT) on non-cash payment transactions is a setback for efforts to reduce the use of cash in the economy.

07.Apr.14

Dr Michael Agyekum Addo had met his “meeter” that morning. The CEO of the Kama Group of Companies is one of the entrepreneurs whose life stories inspire more than their successes in business. With his business experience and difficult background, his words touch the soul when you listen to him speak.

Foreign exchange outflows by the Bank of Ghana (BoG) were higher than receipts (inflows) for the first half of 2013.This is in spite of the fact that the foreign exchange payments which totalled US$3,209,368,473 (over US$3.2 billion), represented a decrease on the previous year’s figure of US$3,512,124,741 (over US$3.5 billion).Foreign exchange outflows by the Bank of Ghana (BoG) were higher than receipts (inflows) for the first half of 201

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The bank however added that it is, like everybody else, subject to the dictates of Parliament and the fiscal authorities -- and it is thus unable to help the situation despite the valid criticisms of the tax.The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has admitted that levying a value added tax (VAT) on non-cash payment transactions is a setback for efforts to reduce the use of cash in the economy.

Dr Michael Agyekum Addo had met his “meeter” that morning. The CEO of the Kama Group of Companies is one of the entrepreneurs whose life stories inspire more than their successes in business. With his business experience and difficult background, his words touch the soul when you listen to him speak.

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