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The Ghana Investments Promotion Center, GIPC, is set to hold the subsequent quarter CEO’s Breakfast Meeting tomorrow, 25th May 2021 at the Labadi Beach Hotel.
This structures part of its essential endeavors of pulling in interests into the country.
The occasion which is on the topic “Understanding Ghana’s Tax and Exemptions Regime Towards Increasing Confidence in the Business Environment” will examine into insightful of the nation’s expense framework to help the financial backer settle on educated choices.
Ghana’s duty to Gross Domestic Product as of now is drifting around 13%, making it one of the most minimal in Sub Saharan Africa.
This has set off procedures to activate more income to fund the rising use just as lessen the monetary shortage to GDP.
CEO of GIPC, Yofi Gran, focused on the requirement for partner commitment to induce discussions on improving the current framework.
He additionally repeated the quintessence of recognizing boundaries and smoothing out measures to upgrade activities and reinvestment openings for all financial backers in the country.
Suggestions will be put forth for the Center’s promotion attempts at the most significant level of government.