Sun, Nov


  • 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.

  • Ghana introduced transfer pricing regulations in 2012 (L.I. 2188), making the GRA aggressive in undertaking both desk and field transfer pricing audits.

    The government has retrieved about GH¢400 million from inappropriate transfers that multinational companies effected last year, a practice known as transfer pricing.

  • According to the GRA boss’ statement of claim, Bediako, during the press conference, categorically stated that he (Mr Nti) “is helping some custom officers to steal and later he promotes them”.

    The Commissioner-General of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), Mr Emmanuel Kofi Nti, has sued a social commentator for alleging that he connives with officials of the Customs Division of the GRA to steal from the state.

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