Market Watch: Assessing Ghana’s tax collection strategy
28 April 2019 | 12:18 pm
Ghana’s equities market has lost 6.9 per cent so far this year. Meanwhile, Ghana Revenue Authority says it’s confident of achieving its 45 billion cedi tax target for the year. Emmanuel Zewu, Analyst at Groupe Nduom joins CNBC Africa to review trade at the Ghana Stock Exchange and assess Ghana’s tax collection strategy.
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