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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

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The Ghanaian government is studying the possibility of entering a joint venture project with PetroSaudi, a Saudi Arabian company active in the Oil and Gas industry. The plan, said Patrick Mahony of PetroSaudi, is to improve the overall efficiency and output of Tema Oil Refinery (TOR).

The deal, once completed, would fine-tune the operations of TOR in a comprehensive manner, from processes to management.

In response to a question from a Ghana MP enquiring about whether TO is functioning at its full capacity, Mr. Jinapor replied that company is not currently at maximum capacity... Read More

It is a demonstrated fact that videos are five times more productive in reaching new customers than traditional content alone. It seems that more people will make a decision regarding purchasing after seeing a video.

This is why if you have a business and you want to make it or keep it successful you have to keep up with the character of the modern customer. And the modern customer is powerful. This means he cannot be convinced easily, and you must use everything that you have available in order to gain the customers’ trust.

The easiest way to touch people’s heart is with testimonial... Read More

For beginners, trade balance is a macroeconomic measure of imports and exports between two countries. When country A’s imports are more than its exports to country B, then country A is said to be under ‘trade deficit’ with respect to country B.

Now let’s understand the current position of trade balance between the US/West and China. As the above graph shows, the trade balance has been in favour of China with the trade deficit of US reaching $318.7 billion in 2013 which is slightly up from last year's $315 billion[1]. Also to be noted is the fact that the deficit has been increasing over... Read More

Financial planners often help people how to manage investment or to save for retirement; but rarely do they provide a more comprehensive answer to the question: What do I really want to do with my money? Which could be asking ultimately: What should I do with my money? Taking in consideration all that a person is and what he or she wants in life, the “financial life planner” (a relatively new breed of financial planners) can help find the answers.

This new financial specialty helps people explore personal values and take a life-centered approach to financial planning by allocating resources... Read More

The smartphone generation prefers to surf for information on their phones. They like the convenience of receiving or sending out mails, surfing the internet, playing games, reading news, watching videos and more, on the go. Apart from looking up for all this on their phones, they also want to do it fast; this has made it necessary for almost every business to have a mobile optimized website. It is one which is completely designed or re-designed with large navigation buttons, reformatted content and optimized images to work well on tablets and handheld devices. The smartphone user market is... Read More

Apparently, a summit as formal as APEC can now be a source of amusement for the rest of us who can hardly understand economic jargon.

Hosted by Beijing, the 3-day event was attended by the leaders of top countries such as Japan, US, Russia, Singapore, South Korea and Australia. Out of this year's summit came a number of jokes poking fun at world leaders no less. There's the Shawlgate (Vladimir Putin's chivalrous act of draping a shawl over the shoulder of Xi Jinping's wife), the gum-chewing of Barack Obama and of course those 'Star Trek' uniforms (we've heard they're actually traditional... Read More

Apparently, a summit as formal as APEC can now be a source of amusement for the rest of us who can hardly understand economic jargon.

Hosted by Beijing, the 3-day event was attended by the leaders of top countries such as Japan, US, Russia, Singapore, South Korea and Australia. Out of this year's summit came a number of jokes poking fun at world leaders no less. There's the Shawlgate (Vladimir Putin's chivalrous act of draping a shawl over the shoulder of Xi Jinping's wife), the gum-chewing of Barack Obama and of course those 'Star Trek' uniforms (we've heard they're actually traditional... Read More

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