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A series of laws were passed in recent years aimed at supporting the development of Ghana’s private sector. These changes addressed long-standing impediments to investment and created a supportive regulatory environment that facilitated the growth of entrepreneurships; micro-, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) and large corporations...

Chapter | Legal Framework from The Report: Ghana 2022

This chapter introduces the reader to the different aspects of the legal system in Ghana in partnership with B&P Associates. It also contains a viewpoint with Adelaide Benneh Prempeh, Founder, B&P Associates.

Articles & Analysis | Restful stay: from The Report: Ghana 2022

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LANGUAGE: English is widely spoken in the country and is the language for government and business affairs. However, knowledge of basic words in Twi – Meda wo ase (Thank you); Wo ho te sen? (How are you?) – or other local languages will be highly valued.


The National Identity Card has been a positive development for the country. It started in 2017, and we have seen significant progress in card registration in recent years. It is becoming an important identification card both for Ghana and the ECOWAS subregion. The card, which is issued by the National Identification Authority, is generally...


The value-added tax (VAT) regime in Ghana can be complicated, as it blends both the features of a traditional sales tax, which lacks the ability to claim credit for some aspects of the tax incurred by a business – and a pure VAT, where claims are permitted for input taxes incurred. The tax was first introduced in 1995, and meant to replace...

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