Turning Ghanaian Economic woes to Economic wonders

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    Turning Ghanaian Economic woes to Economic wonders

    In one of my previous articles titled “the rebirth of Africa the prodigal son”. I explained five major steps that a person or an institution must take to come out of any form of logjam or distress. Individuals or nations can come out of any form of logjam or distress. Individuals or nations can come out of any depressing negative position, such restoration or expected comebacks either in business, politics, economy; sport or life usually requires five unavoidable strategic steps. They are essential in moving from a negative position of depression or temporary failure to a position of boom or […]

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    THE POLITICS OF USING SHOPPING MALLS AS A DUMPING SITE IN GHANA

    Some few years back in Sierra Leone when the Director General of the UN Industrial Development Organization, UNIDO, Kandeh Yumkella visited the country, he was quoted to have said that “Africa is becoming the dumping ground” for every product that is bad and substandard”. He further stated that “Africa is becoming the dumping ground for every product that is bad. They sell fake medication here. They sell fake lubricants. They sell products. They sell products when they are one week to expire, they dump them here.” This statement pertinently captures the way our continent has been turned into a dumping […]

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    WINNING THE UNENDING BATTLE OVER COMPETITION

    In economics, competition is the rivalry among sellers trying to achieve such goals as increasing profits, market share, and sales volume by varying the elements of the marketing mix: price, product, distribution, and promotion.  We can also refer to it as the activity or condition of striving, to gain or win something by defeating or establishing superiority over others.  An event or contest in which people take part, in order to establish superiority or supremacy in a particular area. Interestingly, from the above definitions, competition is not limited only to business or sporting activities as many people may have erroneously […]

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    THRIVING BANKS VS ‘CHAOTIC’ ECONOMY- LESSONS TO LEARN

    Banking and Finance is a line of discipline just like Economics. In actual fact, Economics as a course is usually introduced to students much earlier than many other business subjects at Senior Secondary School level. Expectedly, economics as an important social science course commands so much interest and understanding among students because the course is practical and not abstract. Most students like economics compare to other subjects. At the basic level, if you cannot secure a credit pass in any subject it shouldn’t be economics, because you will always found it interesting to read the subject except for some topics […]

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    THE SOLUTION TABLETS FOR GHANA ‘FAINTING’ ECONOMY

    I am not a medical practitioner, and I cannot claim to know much about medicine either. The best interaction I had with medical profession was during my ‘O’ level days when I took Biology as one of my science subjects during my school certificate examination. Aside from that, I like watching some medical programmes like Dr. 90210 on cable television and occasionally when I feel tired and I need to go to the hospital for some medical check-up are other occasions that I can say I see what medicine is all about. Medicine is a profession so many people like. […]

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