Here are today's newspaper headlines
GOVERNMENT WON'T YIELD TO COERCION – PRESIDENT TELL PUBLIC SECTOR WORKERS
The President, John Mahama has stated categorically that the government will not yield to coercion by public sector doctors to accept any unreasonable demands on their conditions of service.
GHANA GAS RESUMES SUPPLY TO VRA
The Ghana National Gas Company (Ghana Gas) has resumed supply of lean gas to the Volta River Authority (VRA).
DICS TO HAND OVER TO WEST BLUE, GCNET
Processes for the full handover of the classification, valuation and risk management functions of Destination Inspection Companies (DICs) to West Blue Ghana Limited and Ghana Community Network (GCNet) have been initiated.
EYEBALL TO EYEBALL: WE WON’T PAY – PRESIDENT MAHAMA TELLS DOCTORS
Striking medial doctors in public hospitals may have to reconsider their demands for better conditions of service because President John Mahama says he cannot authorize the payment of any expenditure on wages not provided for in the budget for both government workers and appointees.
TOMATO FACTORY OPENS
President John Mahama yesterday inaugurated the tomato paste processing factory of Conserveria Africana Ghana Limited, importers of Gino and Pomo brand in Ghana.
ECONOMY: WORLD BANK SHOWS FAITH
Efforts by managers of Ghana’s economy to restore credibility and regain investor confidence could be yielding results as international finance institutions are providing funds and guaranteeing Ghana’s access to substantial private funds for development.
FDI EARNS $287.52M IN FDIS
Ghana bagged $287.52 million from Foreign Direct Investment Inflows (FDI) inflows for the second quarter of this year, 5.43 percent higher than the corresponding period in 2014.