Mrs. Mary Bangura, head of Yekepa Marketers

Yekepa Marketers Raise Concern Over Market Building

Marketers in Yekepa are said to be concerned over the continue dilapidation of the market building over 10 years since the civil war in Liberia came to an end.

Speaking to the Daily Observer in Yekepa, the head of the marketers in Yekepa Mary Bangura said all efforts had applied, appealing to Mittal to renovate the market to no avail.

Mr. Abraham E. Bah

Liberian Entrepreneur Gets ‘Importation Right’

A Liberian entrepreneur, Abraham E. Bah, has duly obtained ‘importation right’ of Indonesian products in Liberia.

Mr. Bah was certified to also distribute and market 16 Indonesian food and non-food products, which include antibacterial medicated soaps, sports soaps, energy and stamina plus drinks, juices and coffee of high-standard qualities.

An importation right is the legal ability to import a product into a certain country. Importation means "bringing goods from one country to another.”

Mr. Yorlay: “We will not compromise with anyone who intentionally increases prices of goods because of Ebola”

Nimba Authority Frowns at Skyrocketing Prices

As the Ebola calamity continues to wreak havoc on Liberians, business owners are reportedly wasting no time adding economic infliction to the existing injury by pricing basic commodities higher prices than they are worth.

It is against this backdrop that Nimba County Development Superintendent, Teeko T. Yorlay, on behalf of the county authority, threatened to order the seizure of goods from any businessman or woman who deliberately increases prices because of the existence of Ebola.

TOTAL’s MD Mr. Robert Fenech presents certificate of honor to Mrs. Adah Clarke, TOTAL’s longest serving young dealer

TOTAL Transforms Service Station in Sinkor

TOTAL Liberia Inc. has modernized and rededicated its 5th Street filling station in Sinkor. The French petroleum giant celebrated the refurbished T-AIR filling station on July 23, with Managing Director Robert Fenech reiterating the Company’s commitment to investing and reinvesting in all of its filling stations across the country. The objective is for all TOTAL’s service stations to meet international standards. The 5th Street service station is first-ever service station built in Liberia by TOTAL in 2007.

Left-CEO Toure (middle) Minister Addy and LPRC Managing Director, T. Nelson Williams cutting the ribbon to the new filling station

Minister Addy Promises Gov’t Support to Liberian Businesses

The Minister of Commerce and Industry (MOC),Axel M. Addy, has promised more of Government’s support to Liberian-owned businesses operating in the Country.
Minister Addy made the assertion on Friday, July 11 during the grand opening of Aminata and Sons new state-of the art filling station in Sinkor.
According to him, the government is committed to helping Liberians “go into genuine and honest business” noting that each step in any good business should be taken towards improvement.


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