Following President George Manneh Weah's address on the state of the economy, two financial and economic experts say he is making a big mistake for thinking that his proposal will yield any good results, writes the Liberian Observer.
'Weah's Proposal of U.S.$25 Million to Stabilize Economy Not Meaningful,' Experts Say
Observer, 17 July 2018
Following President George Manneh Weah's address on the state of the Liberian economy yesterday, two financial and economic experts say he is in great error for thinking that his… Read more »
President George Weah delivering a speech in Paris
'Weah's Campaign Promises Must Be Fulfilled' - Dean of Law School
FrontPageAfrica, 19 July 2018
President George Weah has gone roughly six months into his tenure with much attention being drawn to his commitment of his first 100-day deliverables as well as campaign promises,… Read more »
Govt. Freezes Money Trade for 24 Hours
New Democrat, 18 July 2018
As part of the "robust measures" to address Liberia's current economic malady, especially as it relates to inflation and depreciation of the local currency, the government has… Read more »
No Real Suggestions
New Dawn, 18 July 2018
The political leader of the Alternative National Congress, Mr. Alexander Cumming criticizes President George Manneh Weah's nationwide address on the economy on Monday, 16 July… Read more »
The chiefs believe that President George Weah's administration will not be effective if it is not mobile to lobby for funding to carry on development. Read more »
President George Weah's decision to give a 72-hour ultimatum to the Liberia Revenue Authority to ensure that tariffs on basic commodities are reduced, including the ECOWAS Common ... Read more »
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