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UNIDO: Re-affirms its continuous support to Enterprises in Ghana

The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) with support from Swiss Government through the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) and Government of Ghana...
GJA

GJA receives support towards 22nd award ceremony

The Ghana Journalist Association (GJA),has received cheques for Ghc 30,000 towards the 22nd GJA award ceremony slated for December 20. The Organisations are Ashform Ghana...

International customs officials meet in Kenya for research conference

Senior customs officials, experts including government tax officials from across Africa are in Kenya for a two-day World Customs Organization (WCO) conference that kicks...
INDUSTRIALIZATION

Ghana’s trade minister urges greater industrialization, trade facilitation

For Africa to overcome key challenges of poverty and unemployment, greater industrialization and trade facilitation across the continent are the key, Ghana's Minister for...

UN out with a new global data-set in attempts to implement paperless trade

The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), together with all four other United Nations regional commissions for Africa...

Ghana’s Speedy Development Requires Efficient Resource Management

Madam Sheilla Kangberee, the Head of Export Diversification and Trade Facilitation at the Ministry of Trade and Industry, says the nation requires efficient management...
Kenyan Foreign Minister and Chair of the 10th World Trade Organization (WTO) Ministerial Conference Amina Mohamed (C), Director-General of WTO Roberto Azevedo (R) and WTO spokesman Keith Rockwell attend the opening press conference ahead of the opening ceremony of the 10th WTO Ministerial Conference in Nairobi, Kenya, Dec. 15, 2015. (Xinhua/Sun Ruibo) (djj)

WTO agreement on trade facilitation helps Australian exports, jobs

Australia welcomes the entry into force of the World Trade Organization (WTO) Agreement on Trade Facilitation, as it will make exporting easier for Australian...
African Union

Maiden Africa Trade week underway in Addis Ababa

The Africa Trade Week is a historic event and the whole purpose of this week is to encourage fruitful and stimulating dialogue among all...
Tema Port

Tema Port Enhancing Transparency and Trade Facilitation

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and the World Bank Group co-hosted two workshops in Ghana from October 10-13, under the European...

DHL Joins ITC To Improve E-commerce In Africa

The extended partnership will focus on strengthening trade facilitation and logistics in developing countries to facilitate e-commerce. The announcement was made by ITC Executive Director...
Maxim Chereshnev

Russia invites African countries to participate in 2015 business fair

Russian Export and Investment Fair (REIF) to be held on 19-20 November 2015, for the first time, will gather high level participants from more...
Ghana Standards Authority

GSA celebrate 45th World Standards Day

The Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) on Tuesday organised a programme to celebrate the 45th World Standards Day, on the theme: ?Standards Level the Playing...
Paul Frimpong -the author

DEAD AID: Why TRADE facilitation is necessary but not AID

Indeed to release the potential of Africa, there is the need to develop means to facilitate trade across the borders and this means major...

Why trade facilitation is important for Africa

TRADE NOT AID: Why trade facilitation is important for Africa Indeed too release the potential of Africa, there is the need to develop means to facilitate...