Importers threaten to unleash hardship on Ghanaians


The Ghana Importers and Exporters Association has threatened to increase the prices of imported goods and beverages if government does not rescind its decision to implement the tax stamp policy in the manner it intends to.

Speaking to Pulse Business, Executive Director of the Importers and Exporters Association of Ghana, Samson Asaki Awingobite said the implementation of the tax stamp system will complicate the already cumbersome process of clearing goods at the ports as well as increase the cost of clearing.



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