THE NEWSPAPER AND RADIO news headlines observed for the most part of last week underscores the fact that the COP and their supporters constantly indulging in protest actions may have the propensity to slow down business activities in the country.  IT ALSO UNDERMINES AND frustrates every effort that government is making to attract foreign investments […]

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Global Growth: Modest Pickup To 2.5% In 2020 Amid Mounting Debt And Slowing Productivity Growth Emerging, developing economies’ growth to pick up to 4.1% in 2020, but rebound is not broad-based

WASHINGTON, Jan. 8, 2020 — Global economic growth is forecast to edge up to 2.5% in 2020 as investment and trade gradually recover from last year’s significant weakness but downward risks persist, the World Bank says in its January 2020 Global Economic Prospects. Growth among advanced economies as a group is anticipated to slip to […]

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LTA Cautions Radio Stations to Renew Licenses

-Introduces New 5- Year License Regime The Liberia Telecommunications Authority (LTA) is reminding all owners and operators of FM Radio stations that their licenses expired since December 31, 2019, adding that the LTA has introduced a new 5-year license regime that replaces the traditional one-year license regime. The objective of the new five-year regime is […]

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SCI Donates Assortments of food and non-food items valued at US$22,608.00 -To United Dawah Ummah of Liberia.

Save the Children International (SCI) Liberia last week donated an assortment of food and non-food items valued at US$22,608.00 to the United Dawah Ummah of Liberia.  The donation was in response to the death of some 28 Liberian Muslims, who were studying Arabic at the Bassa Town Quranic Recitation Center located in Paynesville in September […]

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Ministry of Transport Launches First Traffic Warden Operations Training

The Government of Liberia, through the Ministry of Transport, on Wednesday launched the country’s first Traffic Warden Operations with the commissioning of 15 warden officers to be charged with the responsibility of buttressing the Liberian National Police (LNP) road safety operations.  Sirleaf R. Tyler, Deputy Minister for Administration and Insurance at the Transport Ministry making […]

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NaFAA Announces New License Fees for Fishermen

The Director-General of the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority (NaFAA), Madam Emma Glasco has announced a new fee structure for fisherman and women operating in Liberia’s territorial waters that will be based on the capacity of the engines of their fishing boats.. Making the announcement at her first press conference of the New Year on […]

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Commerce Ministry Re-Assures Business Community Of Protection

In the wake of recent protests in Liberia, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry has once more assured the Country’s business community of the necessary protection. Commerce and Industry Minister, Wilson K. Tarpeh, said the CDC led-Government will ensure that all business institutions across Liberia are given maximum protection, considering the pivotal role business entities […]

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CoP Protests Undermine Liberia’s Peace And Commerce

 The usual talk of the day across Liberia is that the Liberian nation has suffered a lot of setbacks over the past decades as a result of long years of civil war, to the extent that it will be a great risk to the socio-economic growth of the country to continue with the attitude of […]

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