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ghana revenue authority

  • According to EOCO, Chen used these companies to illegally channel the monies to China against the laws of the country.

    The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) says it is conducting a search in its records to find out whether or not the companies mentioned in the alleged $313.59 million money laundering case involving a Chinese woman have registered for tax.

  • The Government expressed the hope of signing more agreements to encourage investments and in turn, facilitate the transfer of skills and technology.

    The Government has signed double taxation agreements with 10 countries towards giving investors a stable and conducive tax scheme.

  • It is commendable for the government to put in place the necessary reforms to support revenue mobilization, such as the issuance of a National ID Card, Tax Identification Number, National Digital Property Addressing System,...

    Written By Dr. Eric Akobeng - The inability of the revenue authority to set challenging revenue targets has adverse implications for the economy. The government is unable to meet expenditure targets. Revenue authorities have over the years been setting low targets to easily achieve them to escape blame for under-performing.

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