Ashanti businessmen demand protection for local businesses under AfCTA

November 15, 2020 Ghana Web 0 Comments

Businesses in the Ashanti Region are demanding that government creates enough safety nets to protect local businesses from the anticipated competition of the Africa Continental Free Trade Area Agreements which takes off in January.

The multinational trade agreement will involve the facilitation of movement of goods, services and logistics under the relaxed border and payment protocols for 54 African countries.

The Businesses made these demands when the Ghana Export Promotion Authority held its first regional AfCTAA conference in the Ashanti regional capital Kumasi. Read More.

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