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GHANA OBSERVES WORLD YOUTH SKILLS DAY 2015

To raise awareness on the importance of investing in youth skills development, the United Nations General Assembly has declared the 15th day of July 2015 as World Youth Skills Day.

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STAKEHOLDERS CALL FOR BAN ON PLASTICS

Stakeholders in the manufacturing industries have called for a ban on plastics that are between 20 to 30 microns and below as they do more harm than good to the country.

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PARLIAMENT APPROVES GH¢ 11M TO COMBAT AVIAN INFLUENZA

Parliament has approved an amount of GH¢11,035,610.00 million from the Contingency Fund to support the Ministry of Agriculture’s emergency plan to combat the outbreak of the Avian Influenza (bird flu) in the country.

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OMCS REDUCES FUEL PRICES DRASTICALLY

Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) yesterday reduced prices of petroleum products in conformity with the de-regulation of petroleum products which took effect from June 16.

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GHANA HOSTS ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE ARBITRATION CONFERENCE

Ghana’s Dispute Resolution Management system is set to receive a major boost with the opening of an arbitration conference, to help Ghanaian lawyers build their capacity in international arbitration and related issues.

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EU SUPPORTS REGIONAL MARITIME UNIVERSITY TO TRAIN EXPERTS

The European Union (EU) has extended support to the Regional Maritime University, to help deliver more ground-breaking training programmes to enable maritime experts deal fully with sea crime along the coast of the Gulf of Guinea.

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Ghana Makes Progress in Promoting Elderly Welfare

Ghana has informed the United Nations that for the past two years, it has made modest progress in promoting the welfare of older persons, following the creation of the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection.

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Ghana and China Holds Cultural Exhibition at UN

Ghana and China have held a collaborative cultural exhibition at the United Nations Headquarters in New York to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the world body and to promote their cross-cultural exchange.

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