Ghana Industry

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Chapter | Industry & Retail from The Report: Ghana 2018

Industry is at the centre of government plans to transform the economy from one reliant on its resource base to one driven by value-added exports. The current administration has laid out a series of plans to achieve these goals and build strong value chains around key industries, announcing a number of policies designed to support the industrial agenda and expand production. The performance of...

Since assuming power in January 2017 the administration of President Nana Akufo-Addo has moved to rein in fiscal spending, industrialise rural regions and improve the business environment in order to jump-start economic growth. The government has brought down the fiscal deficit and freed up capital spending for priority projects, and Ghana’s economic prospects appear strong for 2018.


The launch of gold production at several new mining sites and a recovery in gold prices appear to be offsetting a trend towards decline in Ghana’s gold production and revenue, while ongoing exploration backed by greenfield investments is signalling further untapped potential in the country’s gold mining. These developments, along with the...


What benefits will result from the formalisation of small-scale mining (SSM)?


Following a lengthy process that included various stakeholder consultations and independent reviews, Ghana adopted a Minerals and Mining Policy in February 2016. The policy provides a comprehensive framework for sector governance, seeking to ensure it works as a catalyst for economic growth and contributes to sustainable development.


With prices on stronger ground in global markets, mining companies are starting to display renewed interest in gold mining. In Ghana, this precious metal represents more than 80% of mining activities, and an uptick in gold prices has led to flurry of activity, with companies signing agreements, initiating production and seeking land for...

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