Investment

China Union Defies Labor Ministry?

In a show of defiance the management of China Union Investment has seemly refused to reinstate a former chief driver of the company, Nyumah Saah despite a Labour Ministry directive. A Labour Ministry investigation established that Nyumah Saah was illegally dismissed by China Union.

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CEMENCO Offers 200,000 Shares

The government of Liberia has taken a giant step forward in its drive at creating a middle income country with the announcement to offer Government shares in key companies and concession operations to ordinary Liberians, beginning with the cement producing giant, the Liberia Cement Corporation, CEMENCO.

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An Appeal to Companies Providing Services in Liberia

An incident occurred a few days ago at the offices of one of our GSM Communications Companies here in Monrovia, between a customer service representative (CCR) and an UNMIL officer whom I believe is from the Asian region. It happened that the officer had a problem with his phone and services provided by the company, and so he took it to the company’s offices for solutions.

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Africa Improves Business Regulation

A new report by the World Bank Group has revealed that Sub-Saharan Africa continues to record a large number of reforms aimed at easing the regulatory burden on local entrepreneurs, with 66 reforms adopted in the past year.  Rwanda, Côte d’Ivoire, and Burundi are among 10 economies globally that are improving business regulation the most, according to the report.

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Important Things One Should Know

In Liberia today things are changing rapidly in ways that one’s success on the job or business depends on their ability to constantly adapt to change and to understand people. This is important because values that you have as an individual will prepare you to become effective. Therefore, you will need to think about ways that you can develop your “job” into a career and think about ways that you can begin to live your life on purpose.

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Situation Worsens At Cocopa Plantation

A joint Legislative Committee on Agriculture and Judiciary has reported that the Cocopa Plantation Company in Nimba County lacks organized operational plan to improve the plantation and the workforce there.

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Woman Wins Lonestar Cell/MTN Car in Disbelief

A woman filled with disbeliefs about the Lonestar Cell MTN raffle draw has won one of the three cars offered to Lonestar Cell MTN subscribers through a raffle.

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Federal Reserve Board Issues Redesigned $100 Note

The Federal Reserve on Tuesday, October 8, 2013 began supplying financial institutions with a redesigned $100 banknote that incorporates new security features to deter counterfeiters and help businesses and consumers tell whether a note is genuine.

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Ellen Wants More French Investments

Ahead of the departure of French Ambassador to Liberia Mr. Gerard Larome, one regret that the Liberian President, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, has been that there has been not much French investment in the country with the exception of the Total service stations across the country.

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Acelor Mittal Taken to Task

A one-day meeting citizens’ meeting is expected to convene in Wolota Clan, Kpaai District, Bong County. Speaking to this paper in an interview, two youth leaders of Wolota- Giocondo Flomo and Samuel Nyofarkollie, said the meeting seeks to understand from the county leadership, the expenditure of the twenty-percent Arcelor Mittal Social Development Funds allotted to the District.

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