ArcelorMittal has certificated 24 employees in port management and locomotive brakes maintenance after they completed a month-long training.
Firestone workers have agreed to end their protest for higher wages following an intervention from the Ministries of Justice and Labour, and the Margibi County Legislative Caucus.
All 45 divisions at the Firestone plantation were shut down early Wednesday when workers, mainly rubber tappers, laid down their tools in demand of US$8.36 as their daily minimum wage.
Rep. Ellen Attoh of Margibi’s third electoral district has launched what she says is an empowerment scheme for low income women who are mostly single mothers and widows.
The Economic Management Team says it has agreed to permit street vendors and scratch card dealers to conduct foreign exchange operations.
The much-anticipated meeting between the Economic Management Team and money exchangers ended in a deadlock on Wednesday, July 18 at the Central Bank of Liberia.
In keeping with President Weah’s mandate to infuse US$25 million into the economy, the government announced that it had begun the exercise to buy back Liberian dollars.
President George Weah has disclosed that the government will infuse US$25 million into the country’s economy as a measure to strengthen the Liberian dollar currency.