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Ghana is a probable terrorists target. Threats of terrorist violence in Ghana are negatively affecting business. Ghana has four mobile money transfer service providers, and mobile phone penetration has reached over 115 per cent. The mobile money services promise to promote financial. The Africa launch of at smartphones with projectors in Accra will lead to a one-touch business hub in the palms of users. Also, phablet (combination of phone and tablet) is one of the novelties that an exclusive interview with the inventor and supplier reveals. Lack of openness reared its abhorrent head in the recent row between drivers, on one hand, and the Ghana Insurers Association, National Insurance Commission, and the Ministry of Transport, on the other hand, over the payment of premiums for 2016. Research shows that technology companies are particularly prone to failure at commercialisation because the companies ignore the market and focus too much on the technology. These, and many more, are what are in store for our readers in the May 2016 edition of GB&F. Enjoy them.
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.