President George Manneh Weah has issued an executive order that aims to reverse the current negative state of the economy.
The coordinator of the Grand Bassa County Service Center, Mac Willie, says the service center contributed over L$40 million (US$250,000) in government revenues in 2018.
The Ministry of Commerce and Industry’s senior inspector for Nimba, Nelson Korquoi, has issued a warning to businesses in the county against inflating the price of the ‘Pro-Poor’ rice.
Although the Ministry of Commerce and Industry recently announced a reduction in the prices of gasoline and diesel on the Liberian market with immediate effect, commuters in Grand Bassa are complaining that drivers are still charging the same amount.
The Japan Heavy Duty Operation School at the Booker Washington Institute in Kakata has graduated about 240 trainees.
President George Weah has approved a new schedule to reduce tariffs on some basic imported commodities in the country.
On May 15, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry in close consultation with the Liberia Petroleum Refinery Company announced an increment of US$20 cents in the price of both gasoline and diesel on the local market.
A US$231,000 weaving center has been completed in Kolahun District in Lofa to enhance value within the textile industry in Liberia.