Ghana Transport

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Ghana’s recovery from a dip brought on by the global financial crisis is certainly good news for the logistics sector. With economic growth of 14.5% in 2011, according to the IMF, and as the government plans to use the offshore associated gas finds to bolster economic diversification, the prospects for logistics firms look strong.

To what extent is the build and operate model an efficient way to encourage private investment in Africa’s transport networks?

Punching above its weight for several years, Ghana’s transport network compares well with regional counterparts in a similar income bracket. Nonetheless, as the population expands and the government looks to gas production to fuel further industrialisation, the current network will come under increasing pressure. Whilst this will create significant...

Given the importance of Ghana’s road infrastructure to the country’s ongoing economic development, the government has been pouring extensive resources towards expanding motorway networks and connectivity. A major hurdle, however, is the ability of the country to fund and finance ongoing maintenance.

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