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This March your favourite ‘Ghana Business & Finance’ magazine offers you interesting content for your enjoyment. Roselyn Byrne concludes her three-part article on why government should set regulations to control how church finances are accounted for and assess them for taxation. HFC Bank is steering a revolution in banking, and it is paying off for the rebranded leading financial institution and its customers. Many business leaders know what keeps customers satisfied and doing that very thing is what business success means, argues J.M. Halm. GB&F continues with the analysis on the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE), and how integration with other bourses in West Africa could assist Ghana’s exchange. The Ghana Energy Development and Access Project aims to improve the operational efficiency of the electricity distribution system and achieve universal access to power by 2020. With the building of the largest certified ultra-modern state-of-the-art factory in Sub-Saharan Africa for producing secure documents and cards, Margins Group Company Limited is set to achieve its objective of going global soon. Inadequate access to quality extension services has resulted in the inability of smallholder farmers to improve productivity, earning them low income. The selection of Afriwave Ghana Limited to run the first Interconnectivity Clearing House for the telecommunications sector has been dogged by controversy. Some individuals and groups alleged that the National Communications Authority (NCA) did not follow the right procedure to award the contract to Afriwave; but the NCA does not believe so. To leverage the potentials of city tourism, the government has renewed the plan to start the US$1.55 billion Accra Marine Drive project. After several attempts to do so failed, will the sea frontage ever be transformed into a world-class facility? Please, read this edition and you will be educated, informed and educated with more interesting articles.
Ghana Business & Finance (GB&F) is a national, award-winning indigenous monthly magazine focused on engaging Ghana’s business leaders, investors and policy makers in an ongoing discourse about the health of the Ghanaian economy. The magazine uncovers and discusses trends in the oil and gas sector. It questions and analyses the impact of new government policy on the private sector and it unwraps the challenges that face multinationals and SMEs alike which are striving to do business in the country. The magazine circulates around the world and keeps the Ghanaian Diaspora abreast of what is going on back home. It does not repeat or supply the news, but GB&F provides in-depth research and case studies on what the potential outcomes of the news may be.