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Government hasn’t banned cement importation Trade

The Ministry of Trade and Industry has clarified claims that the government, has placed ban on the importation of cement into the country. The ministry, through its Deputy Minister, Carlos Kingsley Ahenkorah, insists that the report is misleading and does not reflect the true position of the Trade and Industry Ministry on the matter.

Ministry of Trade and Industry Organisation of the Ministry

The Ministry of Trade & Industry is the lead policy advisor to government on trade, industrial and private sector development with responsibility for the formulation and implementation of policies for the promotion, growth and development of domestic and international trade and industry. The 10 Point Agenda . Industrial Revitalization Programme (Stimulus Package) One District One Factory

Government hasn’t banned cement importation Trade

2/2/2020· The Ministry of Trade and Industry has clarified claims that the government, has placed ban on the importation of cement into the country. The ministry, through its Deputy Minister, Carlos

Trade Ministry proposes legislative instrument to impose

The Trade Ministry has proposed that a legislative instrument be put in place to impose a ceiling on the annual importation of cement into Ghana. The Ministry in a statement signed by sector

Competition forced cement price drop in Ghana Trade

The Minister of Trades and Industry, Ekow Spio-Garbrah has explained that prices of cement in the country have reduced appreciably due to moves by government to boost competition in the sector. Spio-Garbrah has come under pressure from the Association of Cement Manufacturers of Ghana (CMAG) for approving the license of some foreign companies to import about 500,000 metric tonnes of cement

Ghana will no longer give permits for new cement

Ghana’s Ministry of Trade and Industry has said that it will no longer issue permits to companies that want to set up cement processing plants in the country.

Ministry of Trade and Industry Cement industry news

Ghana: The Ministry of Trade and Industry has responded to calls by the Cement Manufacturers Association (CMA) that it stop imports of cement by saying that the CMA has misrepresented the role of the Cement Monitoring Committee (CMC) and the process of the licensing regime. The CMA took exception to the issuance of permits by the ministry to three foreign cement producers given that

Ghana Cement industry news from Global Cement

"The Ministry of Trade and Industry proposes through legislative instrument to impose a ceiling on the annual importation of cement into Ghana. Companies that wish to import bagged cement shall be issued a permit to avoid the chaos that has lately saddled the sector," the ministry said in a statement. Companies legitimately licensed under the ECOWAS Trade Liberalization Scheme will be exempt

ICU-Ghana petitions Trade and Industry Ministry over

13/11/2016· The Industrial and Commercial Workers’ Union (ICU) Ghana has called on Dr Ekwow Spio Garbrah, the Trade and Industry Minister to take immediate actions to salvage the local cement industry. Mr Solomon Kotei, the General Secretary of the Union, said at a press conference organised in Accra, that the government was pushing the local producers of the commodity into unfair competition

Government hasn’t banned cement importation Trade

The Ministry of Trade and Industry has clarified claims that the government, has placed ban on the importation of cement into the country. The ministry, through its Deputy Minister, Carlos Kingsley Ahenkorah, insists that the report is misleading and does not reflect the true position of the Trade and Industry Ministry on the matter.

Ministry of Trade and Industry About The Ministry

The Ministry also ensures that Ghana derives maximum benefit from international trade relations and that domestic trade is conducted in a smooth and orderly manner. Furthermore, it is the responsibility of the Ministry to strengthen trade relations with all friendly countries on a most favoured nation basis consistent with Ghana’s membership of the World Trade Organisation (WTO). Special

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Ghana Trade Policy This Policy is set within the context of Ghana’s long term strategic vision of achieving middle income status by 2012 and becoming a leading agro-industrial country in Africa. The policy provides clear and transparent guidelines for the implementation of Government’s domestic and international trade agenda.

Flashback: Trade Ministry evaluating cement-trade-war

28/1/2020· In 2016, the then Minister of Trade and Industries, Dr. Ekwow Spio-Garbrah, undertook a thorough evaluation of various interests in the trade-war between local cement manufacturers and

Ghana has no restrictions on cement imports

The Ministry of Trade, Industry, Private Sector Development and PSI has stated that there is no restrictions on the importation of cement of any form into the country.

ICU-Ghana petitions Trade and Industry Ministry over

13/11/2016· The Industrial and Commercial Workers’ Union (ICU) Ghana has called on Dr Ekwow Spio Garbrah, the Trade and Industry Minister to take immediate actions to salvage the local cement industry. Mr Solomon Kotei, the General Secretary of the Union, said at a press conference organised in Accra, that the government was pushing the local producers of the commodity into unfair competition

Ghana: Trade Ministry Hits Back At Cement

The Ministry of Trade and Industry has hit back at the Cement Manufacturers Association (CMA), stating that they have misrepresented the role of the Cement Monitoring Committee (CMC) and the

Government not banning importation of cement

Deputy Minister for Trade and Industry, Carlos Ahenkorah has rejected claims that government is banning the importation of cement into the country. According to Mr Ahenkorah, what the ministry has

Ghana to limit cement imports International Cement

The Ministry of Trade and Industry in Ghana has moved to ban imports of cement into the country. The Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) has backed the initiative, arguing that the ban will protect the local industry which already has an excess of capacity.

Sol Cement Cement industry news from Global Cement

Ghana: The Ministry of Trade and Industry has responded to calls by the Cement Manufacturers Association (CMA) that it stop imports of cement by saying that the CMA has misrepresented the role of the Cement Monitoring Committee (CMC) and the process of the licensing regime. The CMA took exception to the issuance of permits by the ministry to three foreign cement producers given that

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