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We're ever ready, don't panic over famine despite importation seizure - Poultry Farmers assure

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo, placing a time ban on many activities in a committed attempt to combat the spread of pandemic corona virus in Ghana, has raised many doubts in the minds of most Ghanaians over how to survive within the period.

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Coronavirus: Accra markets to close next Monday for fumigation exercise

Markets in the Greater Accra Region will be closed on Monday, March 23, 2020 for a fumigation exercise to guard against the novel coronavirus pandemic’s spread in Ghana.

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Gov’t yet to secure $100M COVID-19 response funds

The $100 million dollars Covid-19 response funds announced by President Akufo-Addo are not ready as Ghana applies to world bank and IMF for funds, Finance Minister, Ken ofori-Atta has announced to parliament.

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Hand sanitisers in high demand as Ghana records confirmed cases of coronavirus

There is a heightened demand for hand sanitisers across Ghana following the announcement of the confirmation of coronavirus in the country.

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GUTA warns of possible shortage of goods, price hikes over Coronavirus

The Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA) has warned of possible shortage of goods in the country by May 2020 following the faster rate at which the deadly coronavirus is spreading.This comes as the epicenter shifts from China to almost every continent.

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Bill banning importation of 10 years old cars unfortunate – Automobile Dealers

The Automobile Dealers Union is still kicking against the Customs Amendment Bill even after it was passed by Parliament on Thursday March 12, 2020.

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Customs Amendment Bill passed

Parliament has passed the Customs Amendment Bill into law to regulate the country’s automobile industry.

The law prohibits the importation of salvaged motor vehicles and specified motor vehicles over ten years of age into the country.

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Ghana rises 3 places to number 6 in 2020 RMB where to invest in Africa report.

This year, co-authors Celeste Fauconnier, Neville Mandimika and Nema Ramkhelawan-Bhana delve deeper into the traditional and alternative sectors driving African economies to reach ever-higher levels of economic growth. “We believe that the six sectors we’ve featured this year are key to inclusive growth across the continent,” says Fauconnier.

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