Even as the Liberia Revenue Authority has begun enforcing the new tariffs on imported commodities, the government has still not yet released its analysis of the estimated impact on revenues.
The Bush Chicken has received the most awards of any media institution at this year’s awards event held in Buchanan, repeating the feat that was accomplished last year.
Gregory Coleman, chairman of the Bureau of National Concessions, has said that the Sime Darby Oil Plantation is in compliance with the recommendations of the House of Representatives.
ArcelorMittal has trained six Liberians to be locomotive drivers, with the graduation ceremony taking place this past Tuesday in Buchanan.
President George Weah has approved a new schedule to reduce tariffs on some basic imported commodities in the country.
The Liberia Cement Corporation, known more succinctly as CEMENCO, has ended a block production training course for 25 block makers in Grand Bassa.
Representative Saah Joseph of Montserrado’s has given the management of the Sime Darby Oil Palm Plantation a 24-hour ultimatum to conduct a full medical examination of the man recently tortured after being caught stealing palm nuts.
Sinkor’s Sajj House Restaurant is in the midst of another controversy, as its workers are accusing the management of unfair labor treatment.