Ghana is strategically located within West Africa with easy access to the ECOWAS market. The location of Ghana, coupled with the relative stability that the country has enjoyed over the past years makes Ghana a gateway for regional trade and investments into the West African sub region.The economy of Ghana has experienced a steady and positive growth as a result of policy reforms.
This has led to improved macroeconomic performance and created a conducive environment for business. These reforms have been characterized by reduction in inflation, fairly stable exchange rates, relatively low interest rates and economic growth. The Ghana Free Zones Programme is the perfect example of the power of partnership, combining investors’ business acumen and the technical expertise of our professional team. In setting up a successful business, local support and market knowledge are essential, as well as excellent infrastructure, ease of procedure and attractive incentives.
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Ghana’s cocoa sector set new record for domestic processing, as total volume of cocoa processed reached 300,000 tonnes during the 2017/18 season. The Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD), which released a statement, said the 2017-2018 figure represents a 19 percent growth over 252,000 tonnes recorded during the 2016/17 season. The growth, according to COCOBOD, was drivenDecember 21, 2018
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Companies operating under the free zones enclave exported goods valued at US$1.04 billion in the first nine months of this year, as against their total imports of US$113.1 million within the same period. This means that the exports of free zones companies outstripped their imports by more than 100 per cent. The Executive Secretary ofDecember 4, 2018