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EBO-GHANA WELCOMES NEW MEMBER, MSC GHANA LIMITED

Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) Ghana Ltd., the 2nd largest container shipping company, is a world leader in global container shipping and a company offering global service with local knowledge. MSC also provides integrated network of road, rail and sea transport resources which stretches across the globe. MSC is a privately owned global organization operating a …

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GHANA-EU’s JOINT EFFORTS TO IMPROVE FOREST GOVERNANCE AND COMBAT ILLEGAL TIMBER TRADE

Representatives of Ghana and the European Union met 18 November 2016 in Accra to review progress on the implementation of the Ghana-EU FLEGT Voluntary Partnership Agreement (VPA), which aims to improve forest governance and verify the legality of Ghana’s timber trade. The Ghana-EU VPA Joint Monitoring and Review Mechanism (JMRM) oversees the implementation of the …

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GIPC TO LAUNCH LAND DATABASE TO ENABLE FOREIGN INVESTORS EASY ACCESS TO LANDS

The Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) has established a database to register lands so that investors will be able to have easy access to land and increase Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows into the country. Known as land bank, the GIPC will manage the database which will contain information on lands that are available for …

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BUSINESS INTEGRITY FORUM ON PEACEFUL ELECTIONS

The forum was attended by representing officers of the Electoral Commission, Ghana Investment Promotion Center (GIPC), Ghana Anti Corruption Coalition, National Commission on Civic Education, Ghana Chamber of Commerce, Private Enterprise Foundation, EBO-Ghana, the Trade Officer of the US Embassy and others on the theme, “Elections 2016: Impact on Businesses, Role of Private Sector.” A …

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UPDATE: INTERIM ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT (iEPA) BETWEEN THE EU AND GHANA

On Thursday, 10th of November the International Trade Committee of the European Parliament voted on the draft recommendation for consent for the EU-Ghana interim EPA. The draft recommendation for consent was adopted by 27 votes in favor, 9 against and 1 abstention. This is an important step required before the plenary session of the European …

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