A Liberian-own transportation and car rental services company has launched an airport shuttle service aimed at reducing the inconveniences for people traveling in and out of the country through the Roberts International Airport.
Several Liberian journalists are expected to undergo training in food and nutrition security reporting.
A market project that is being implemented by the Sirleaf Market Women’s Fund continues to lie in ruins after neglect and damage from storms.
The Ministry of Labor has announced the start of a joint-nationwide labor inspection.
Weah announced plans to focus his administration’s international policies on “Economic Diplomacy,” and has taken his boldest step by joining other African countries in signing a landmark agreement that seeks to promote intra-African trade.
The entrepreneurs include Berlyn Sanusie, Daniel Johnson, Gabriel Zargo, Gonda Wamah, Jr., James Tarnue, Jr., Michaelyn George, Moses Davies and Saah Hendrix Johnson.
A businessman in Kakata has been accused by three women of forcing them to work in unfair working conditions.
Nearly one year after a taskforce was charged with determining the issues contributing to a low percentage of women on company boards in Liberia, that taskforce has presented its findings and recommendations.