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Ghana to ban importation of ‘accident cars’, used vehicles older than 10 years

Ghana to ban importation of ‘accident cars’, used vehicles older than 10 years

Parliament has adopted and approved the Joint Committees on Finance, Trade and Industry and Tourism report for amendments to be made in the Customs Act, 2015.

The Customs (Amendment) Bill, 2020 seeks to amend the Customs Act, 2015 (Act 891) to provide incentives for automotive manufacturers and assemblers registered under the Ghana Automotive Manufacturing Development Programme (GAMDP).

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