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The Aflao sector of the Customs division (CD) of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) deflated the diplomatic immunity of the Red Cross Society when it intercepted two 40-footer cargo trucks loaded with uncustomed goods at the Aflao checkpoint.The two trucks were found loaded with 111 cartons of “Fine” brand of King Size filtered cigarettes.
West Blue, operators of the Single Window Project, has begun the implementation of an innovative payment system that would reduce bureaucracies and ease the cost of doing business at the country’s ports.The payment platform is to enable importers and stakeholders to expedite the clearing regime at the ports and therefore, reduce the turnaround time and the cost of doing business.
Ghana and Israel are in the process of establishing a chamber of commerce to boost trade and business between the two countries.Known as the Ghana-Israel Chamber of Commerce, the centre will become operational before the end of the year.According to the Israeli Ambassador to Ghana, Mr Ami Mehl, the centre would be beneficial to both countries as it would facilitate the flow of business from Israel to Ghana and vice versa.
THE CUSTOMS Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), Kumasi Collection, has impounded an articulator truck laden with car spare parts which were heading to the market without the appropriate taxes being paid to the state.The driver of the truck said to be coming from Accra did not use the main Accra-Kumasi road for obvious reasons. The driver, instead, used a different route to escape arrest by Customs officials.
Earnings from natural resources including oil and gas contributed about 15 percent of total Government of Ghana revenue in 2014, the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) Report says.This was far below that of Nigeria, which is number one in Africa with 96 percent of natural resources contribution to government revenue mainly from crude oil; Chad, 66 percent; Mauritania, 35 percent; Zambia, 32 percent and Cameroon, 31 percent.
The Ministry of Finance is set to complete a Petroleum Revenue Management Regulation to address some controversies associated with the implementation of the Petroleum Revenue Management Act 2011(Act 815).
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