Government must pursue policies to improve business environment – AGI

The Greater Accra Regional Chairman of the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI), Tsonam Cleanse Akpeloo, has asked the government to pursue policies that would improve the business environment, reduce the cost of capital and financing, and remove regulatory bottlenecks for … Continue reading Government must pursue policies to improve business environment – AGI

PFJ: Making maize cultivation profiting for smallholder farmers; the benefits, the challenges and the way forward

Farming, though not an attractive employment opportunity for many young individuals in the country, it is a blessing in disguise. Farming as a business is lucrative and at the same time very unattractive when approached with a cultural attitude. Undoubtedly, … Continue reading PFJ: Making maize cultivation profiting for smallholder farmers; the benefits, the challenges and the way forward

Ghana Gov’t applauds 10-year impact of pre-harvest agribusiness exhibition and conference on agribusiness

The International Monetary Fund has projected a deep coronavirus-induced global recession, which threatens a nearly 4% drop in world GDP and could drag the GDP of African economies into a fall of about 1.4%, with smaller economies facing a contraction … Continue reading Ghana Gov’t applauds 10-year impact of pre-harvest agribusiness exhibition and conference on agribusiness

Participatory Guarantee System certification to boost Organic produce in Ghana launched

The Participatory Guarantee Systems (PGS) certification, a locally focused assurance system that certifies producers and processors of organic produce in Ghana, and ensures that such farmers subscribe to organic and agro-ecological principles has been launched in Accra. The PGS label … Continue reading Participatory Guarantee System certification to boost Organic produce in Ghana launched