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Finance Minister Amara Konneh has openly admitted to errors discovered recently in the 2013/14 national budget by lawmakers. Minister Konneh told members of the House of Representatives on Tuesday in plenary at the Capitol that the errors as
The world's most read financial magazine in Europe, The Banker which is owned by the Financial Times, has awarded Finance Minister Amara Konneh as its "Finance Minister of the Year, Africa" for his leadership in maintaining economic stability and
Monrovia Lawmakers were scrambling for answers and explanations Thursday over how US$13 million donated by the European Union to battle maternal mortality and morbidity was expended without benefiting the sector for which it was earmarked...Senator
intended for the health sector's effort to combat Maternal Mortality and Morbidity was expended in less than four months without reaching the fund's intended target. Liberia ranks 7th in the world for highest rate of maternal mortality.
In few minutes, CBS' Correspondent Sara Logan entered the room followed by President Kim and Bank's VP for Africa, Mr. MaktharDiop. The room lightened up as the Bank's executives hanged head with Minister Konneh and other panelists. Eventually, after
Liberia's Finance Minister Proposes Doubling IDA Allocation to Fragile States 6 May 2013 In a world where conflict abounds, and less than 20 percent of fragile states are challenged to meet poverty targets by 2015, what can be done to help stop
Minister Konneh's Health Condition Still Misty 28 February 2013 The condition of Finance Minister Amara Konneh who was rushed to the John F. Kennedy Medical Wednesday minutes after falling off during a program at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Complex is said
Liberia is among several other African countries that have been selected for the United States (US) Compacts and Threshold Program. Under the program, Liberia will develop a multi-million dollar proposal to implement projects and programs that will
Grigsby, who has been turned over to the Justice Ministry for prosecution, 'defrauded' the Government of Liberia(GOL) of more than US$325,000...According to him, the 'scheme' was uncovered through preliminary investigation launched by the ministry.
The meeting was aimed at agreeing upon one path towards economic convergence...On behalf of the Government and people of Liberia, Minister Konneh lauded the West African Ministers for their commitment demonstrated by joining Liberia for participating