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» Customs Division exceeds revenue target
» Stand-off At Tema Harbour ...Duffuor Battles National Security
» Aluta At Airport: Clearing Agents Battle BIVAC
» Ghana will not allow Ivorian cocoa to dilute its cocoa
» Over-aged Vehicle Importers To Be Penalised
» Tariff Structure for Imports 2002
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Customs Division exceeds revenue target
The Customs Division of Ghana Revenue Authority has raked in revenue in excess of GH¢72 million from January to March, Mr Isaac Apronti, Deputy Commissioner in charge of Policy and Programmes announced at the weekend.

Stand-off At Tema Harbour …Duffuor Battles National Security
Call it Ghana’s version of the Byzantine war to establish Constantinople. Call it a showdown between two Akatamansonian forces and you will just be talking about the ensuing debacle between Finance Minister Kwabena Duffuor and the nation’s spy organ, National Security.

Aluta At Airport: Clearing Agents Battle BIVAC
Freight forwarders will, as from today, 28th March, 2011, embark on a sit-down strike to press home their demand for changes in the operations of BIVAC that will remove bottlenecks that have hampered trade inspection and certification at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA).

Ghana will not allow Ivorian cocoa to dilute its cocoa
Finance Minister, Kwabena Duffour says Ghana would not allow its premium brand of cocoa beans to be adulterated by produce smuggled from Ivory Coast.

Over-aged Vehicle Importers To Be Penalised
Parliament has amended the Customs, Excise and Preventive Service (Management Law) of 1993 on the importation of over-aged vehicles. The amendment makes provision for the payment of penalties in respect of all over-aged vehicles shipped into the country. The Act takes effect from August 12, 2002.

Tariff Structure for Imports 2002
The zero rate applies to Agricultural and Industrial Machinery, Solar, Wind and Thermal Generating Sets, Electric Generating Set of 375 KVA and above, Solar Cells and Panels as well as Educational Materials.

Motor vehicles falling within H.S. Code Nos. 8701, 8705, and 8703.10.20 
(Ambulance) are zero rated.

Imported Mosquito nets falling within Heading No. 5608. 19.00.10 of the HS Code shall now be admitted free of Import Duty.