Ghana: AfCFTA – AGI Wants Electricity Tariffs Reviewed Downwards

December 11, 2020 Ghanaian Times 0 Comments

The Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) says in order for its members to adequately compete upon the implementation of the Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), electricity tariffs will have to be revised downwards.

It argues that the cost of electricity is relatively higher in Ghana as compared to other countries in the subregion.

Speaking to Citi Business News, Johnson Opoku-Boateng, Director of Business Development Service at AGI, indicated that if these concerns were not addressed, industry players in the country would be disadvantaged when the AfCFTA commences. Read More.

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