Ghana has resolute to get below the 46th position on the World Bank doing business index in the next one year or two.
A Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Mr Carlos Ahenkorah, who announced this, said the various reforms the Gov’t was embarking on to improve and establish a conducive and business friendly environment would make the attainment of the goal possible.
Mr Carlos Ahenkorah urged all stakeholders to embrace the initiatives, aimed to ease the way of doing business to help the country to achieve its objective under the ‘Better 46 Program.’
In the Doing Business 2017 report, Ghana placed 108 out of the 190 countries surveyed in the overall Ranking of ‘Ease of Doing Business.’
He said, at the closing session of the 6th International Single Window Conference and Exhibition in Accra “We have made a promise to ourselves that if this would be possible, it depends a lot on the players in the industry to ensure that anything that is needed to be done to reach the goal is done,”.
African Alliance for Electronic Commerce (AACE) organized the three-day conference in partnership with the Ghana Community Network Services Limited (GCNet), Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) and the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MOTI).
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