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.
News and Events
The Ghana Free Zones Authority has stated that it does not support illegal acts and would support the Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) in carrying out its mandate of policing goods entering and exiting Free Zone areas. It has consequently asked the GRA not to use the culpability of one Free Zone CompanyNovember 15, 2018
The Ghana Free Zones Authority (GFZA) is undertaking an independent audit of all licensed duty-free shops and household plastic manufacturing companies found to have violated the Free Zone Act 1995 (ACT504). The audit has become necessary following the arrest of some four persons by the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) for diverting duty-free goods released forNovember 15, 2018
Ghana has made progress in the ease of doing business, according to the World Bank Group 2019 Doing Business Report- Training for Reform, released yesterday. Ghana improved its ranking to 114 out of 190 economies up six places from 120 in the 2018 Doing Business Report. Ghana’s ease of doing business score formerly called distanceNovember 2, 2018
Date: Aug 07 , 2018 , 09:48 BY: Doreen Andoh, Graphic Online At least 60 out of the 200 companies operating in free zone enclaves risk having their names delisted from the records of the Ghana Free Zones Authority (GFZA) because they have become inactive. The authority will go ahead to delist such companiesOctober 29, 2018