Covidnomics: Ghana ports, the future of African Continental Free Trade (AFCFTA)

January 8, 2021 Modern Ghana 0 Comments

The ports of Ghana remain one of the avenues of revenue generation for the government. Revenues are mobilised from the trade transactions that occur at the ports and the territorial borders of the country, mostly in the form of payment of levies, fees and taxes charged on goods and services.

The government priority to make firms more competitive and advanced in technology to meet the flip-flop global demands of goods and services necessitated the commitment of investing considerably into ports infrastructure in Ghana. This development has made it possible to culminate into the gains of resource growth at the ports, tailored towards achieving the principles of trade facilitation.Read More.

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