Ghana National Chamber Of Commerce And Industry Holds 41st Annual General Meeting
The deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Robert Ahomka Lindsay says government is committed to the deployment of e-applications for the efficient and paperless processing of trade and customs transaction at Ghana’s ports.
Speaking at the 41st annual general meeting of the Ghana National Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Robert Ahomka Lindsay said the 100% paperless expected at the ports by 1st September, 2017 will improve trade in the country drastically and also better Ghana’s business ratings in the world.
The President of the Ghana National Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said following concerns raised by its members and the business community on challenges they face at Ghana’s ports, the chamber has begun an advocacy action towards improving efficiency and reducing the cost of doing business.
Solidarity messages from the private enterprises federation, Busac fund, Association of Ghana Industries pledged their support towards ensuring that challenges confronting businesses in the country are addressed.


8/8/2017 12:19:33 Pm
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