As the first round of the election saw large groups of elections observers swarm the country, high-end businesses like Boulevard Palace saw an increase in customer flow.
A deal has been agreed upon to sell Nimba’s decades-old mining scraps to two companies, Sethi Ferro Fabrik and North Star Industry, Inc.; however, citizens have demanded that the details of the contract be made public.
Traders in Nimba’s commercial hub, Ganta, are complaining that the uncertainty caused by the current impasse in the elections is making it much more difficult to do business.
The 15th iteration of the Doing Business Report, a flagship product of the World Bank Group, has been released, with Liberia placing 172nd. That rank is two places higher than the previous year when the country ranked 174th out of 190 economies worldwide.
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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.