Investing in the New Ghana

Expectations are high for President Nana Akufo-Addo as his pro-business platform proposed to re-ignite growth and create jobs by bringing in new industries, as well as make government more inclusive and accountable

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Voters hope the new leader will be a catalyst for much needed change

Investors are heartened by attempts to build a strong regulatory framework

About 10 per cent of electricity production to come from solar, wind and biofuels by 2020

Boosting generating capacity and new natural gas sources are vital

Nana Akufo-Addo’s strong background fits the role of leader

President cracks down on illegal small operators linked to China

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From fruit to fashion, businesses are projecting the country into Africa and beyond

New leadership seeks to boost revenues while curbing spending

A $36m sugar mill left idle just weeks after opening highlights the challenge ahead

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