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The Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs, Lamin Camara, said Gambia has not been using the right numbers to measure the country’s economy. He said figures of 2004...

The Gambia has launched a National Summary Data Page (NSDP) in implementing the recommendations of the Enhanced General Data Dissemination System (e-GDDS). The NSDP is a national data portal that serves...

(JollofNews) – The Commission of Inquiry into former President Yahya Jammeh’s financial dealings, his family and close associates has announced that Jammeh and any other person affected by evidence...

President Adama Barrow has called on international investors to take advantage of the limitless business and investment opportunities in The Gambia, announcing that the country is ready for business. Addressing...

Assume you’re The Governor of Central Bank of The Gambia, what Monetary policy/ies would you adopt? What goals will you be trying to achieve with your choice? Assume you’re The Finance and Economic...

The Government of the Gambia has agreed to flog the country’s only crop spraying planes that were purchased to combat desert locusts, malaria and bush fires. The two DOSA planes costing over US$1 million...

An International Monetary Fund (IMF) staff team, led by Jaroslaw Wieczorek, visited Banjul from May 3–9, 2018. The team assessed implementation of The Gambia’s Staff-Monitored Program (SMP) [1] with...

The president’s speech at the Independence Stadium on the 53rd independence anniversary, gave us great comfort that something is being done to address the dismal infrastructural and economic sectors...

With a population of 1.9 million, the Gambia is faced with rising food insecurity, poverty and malnutrition, despite a promising environment for improved growth, stability and partnerships, a World Food...

Gambia’s Information Minister Demba Ali Jawo has defended the government’s decision to ditch the Swiss owned company Multimedia Gateway International (MGI) as the sole manager of the Gambia’s...