Despite the rehabilitation of the Mount Coffee Hydroelectric Power Plant, many large businesses in the country are still spending huge sums of money to purchase fuel to run generators that supply their businesses with power.
Barely a week after stakeholders discussed the need to establish legislations to better regulate food in Liberia, draft bills have been prepared and validated.
To improve the market for solar power in Liberia, Mercy Corps has provided several marketing materials to retailers of solar equipment.
It is no secret that males dominate the formal sector of business in Liberia. Unsurprisingly, this carries over to women’s participation in the membership of business organizations like the Liberia Chamber of Commerce.
Days after his company was named as one of the several Liberian-owned businesses that had defaulted on loan payments, Liberty Party Chairman Benjamin Sanvee has taken a leave of absence to face his accusation.
Since President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf issued Executive Order Number 84, granting oversight and fiscal authority of the Bureau of National Fisheries to the Liberia Maritime Authority, stakeholders in the sector have been reacting strongly.
Firestone Liberia will soon be resuming the redistribution of American parboiled rice to employees, after having briefly switched to a variety grown in India.
The Chief Executive Officer of the former Cocopa Rubber Company now called Nimba Rubber Incorporated Mr. Harrison S. Karnwea has told its former employees of the company to “go to court,” if they feel that the company “owes them” benefits.