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Veep to make or unmake GRA’s new cargo tracking policy


The proposed implementation of the Cargo Tracking Notes (CTN) system at the ports by the GRA may suffer another setback unless the office of the Vice President moves in to avert any such issue. The GRA has directed that from July 1, all imports into Ghana must bear the unique CTN numbers before they can be cleared. The GRA also ...

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Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia opens Ghangeria Rising Conference

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Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia will be opening this year’s edition of the Ghangeria Rising Conference in Accra. The conference is scheduled for Thursday, 10th May, 2018 at the Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City, Accra. It will assemble key investors, businessmen and women, policy makers and regulators to discuss trade, business and investment opportunities between Ghana and Nigeria. This year’s edition will ...

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Govt reschedules mobile money interoperability to May


Government has disclosed that it will roll out the mobile money interoperability system in May this year – 2018. This latest date comes after missing about three initial timelines for the implementation of the policy. The mobile money interoperability is to allow consumers transfer money across all mobile networks without any restrictions. This is also in fulfillment of driving a ...

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2018 budget to dwell on improving agric sector

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Government has stated the commencement of a new plan in the 2018 budget to turnaround the fortunes of Ghana’s agricultural sector. To be known as the ‘marshal plan for agriculture,’ the policy seeks to tackle all systemic challenges that have confronted Ghana’s agric sector hence inhibiting its contribution to the economy. The Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia disclosed this when ...

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Freight forwarders agitate over ‘drawbacks’ in paperless systems

President of the Freight Forwarders Association of Ghana, Kwabena Ofosu Appiah

Freight forwarders at the Tema Port have protested against the undue delays at the port in the wake of the pilot of the paperless transaction at the port. According to them, the paperless regime which is expected to be officially rolled out in September would jeopardize their work if nothing is done to correct the problems and delays with some ...

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