The Liberian Senate has mandated its committees on Commerce, Public Cooperation, and Judiciary to probe the controversial Cargo Tracking Agreement entered into by the National Port Authority and Global Tracking and Maritime Solution.
A visual look at some of the products pitched at the Made in Liberia contest.
Twelve Liberian companies have received sponsorship to travel to the African Growth and Opportunity Act Expo and Trade Fair in New York.
The Liberia Chamber of Commerce and the Ezzat N. Eid Foundation have organized a contest to attract products made in Liberia.
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.
The new minister of labor, Moses Kollie, has committed his leadership to vigorously enforcing the 2015 Decent Work Act and other policies governing the sector.
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.
Despite earlier information that businesses in Monrovia and other major commercial centers in the country would have remained closed today, less than half the number of businesses appeared to obey the pronouncement.