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Estate developers send final SOS to BoG
Real estate developers are giving the Bank of Ghana (BoG) two options from which it has to choose one to help players in the industry to know the way forward in pricing the houses they put out for sale.
Taskforce to check landlords, property owners soon
Government, will in the next few weeks, institute a presi¬dential taskforce to clamp down on landlords and property owners, who charge rent in foreign cur¬rencies.
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Ghana becomes member of Egmont Group
The Ghana Financial Intelligence Centre (GFIC) has been admitted into the Egmont Group. It is amongst the eight new members and the only Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) from GIABA member States admitted at the recent 22nd Egmont Plenary holding in Lima, Peru.
African private equity deals better priced than those globally, say experts
The private equity industry is still in its early stages on the continent, and while this can be perceived as riskier for investors, it also means there is less competition for deals compared to more developed economies.
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Day of mourning as Flight MH17 victims remains arrive in Netherlands
(CNN) -- A lone bugler marked the return home Friday to the Netherlands of the first dead from the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.
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Ghana’s Real Estate, Upper Income Bracket
The economy of Ghana, Africa, has a diverse and rich resource base, and as such, has one of the highest GDP per capita in Africa. Ghana is one of the top–ten fastest growing economies in the world, and the fastest growing economy in Africa.
Social Housing Development in Ghana--- the pace setters
The Ghanaian economy is characterized by a stable political climate, outstanding growth performance and effective macroeconomic policies.  Following dramatic GDP growth of 14.4% in 2011, GDP growth slowed to a still strong 7.1% in 2012 and to 6.7% in the first quarter of 2013, as oil production plateaued.
Who are the movers and shakers in residential development, Middle Income Ghana?
Housing is one of the most important basic needs in every society. Improved housing markets also provide positive externalities, as well as direct consumption benefits. For instance, increased housing activities also stimulate economic activities through ancillary industries such as building materials and also benefits professionals such as architects and civil engineers.
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