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Business Registration improves in Ghana

Posted by Business in Ghana on September 14, 2009

The time needed to register businesses in Ghana has reduced tremendously as a result of some reforms and mechanisms put in place by the Registrar-General’s Department in order to facilitate business operations in the country. The average time for the registration of business names is now five working days and seven days for limited liability companies. Appearing before the Public Accounts Committee of Parliament (PAC), Betty Mould-Iddrisu, the Minister of Justice and Attorney-General, who is responsible for the Registrar-General’s Department, presented the statistics and gave the assurance that the registration period would be further reduced to three and two days for limited liability companies and business names respectively.


One Response to “Business Registration improves in Ghana”

  1. It is good to hear this news. I was in Ghana February of last year for 2 weeks and a Featured Story of my trip was published on on 31 January 2009 on the 1 year anniversary.
    During my trip. I spoke to many individuals/organizations about the possibility of developing a 2 week Entrepreneurship Workshop for introduction into Ghana.
    During my trip last year, I was invited to lecture at 3 Universities to both Engineering and Business Students. We all are in the Global Marketplace and it is not difficult to be successful with the appropriate information and business principles from a multi-cultural viewpoint. I developed a 62 slide Power Point presentation providing a day-by-day, hour-by-hour description of the many successes of my 2 week trip.
    Best wishes and I look forward to returning to Ghana again. Joe aka Kwadwo Paul USA

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