International Day for Women in Maritime

International Day for Women in Maritime

18 May 2023

Today, on International Day for Women in Maritime, the Centre for International Maritime Affairs , Ghana ( CIMAG ) joins the world; especially the industry to honor the incredible achievements,...
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2023 budget: CIMAG questions amendment of LI2248; says clearing agents will be jobless

2023 budget: CIMAG questions amendment of LI2248; says clearing agents will be jobless

13 December 2022

The Centre for International Maritime Affairs, Ghana (CIMAG), says it has taken note of portions of the 2023 budget Statement and Economic Policy on the amendment of Customs Regulations, 2016...
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Maritime Bulletin with Albert Derrick Fiatui: Highlighting the probable drawbacks for proper implementation of Ocean Governance Policy

Maritime Bulletin with Albert Derrick Fiatui: Highlighting the probable drawbacks for proper implementation of Ocean Governance Policy

24 June 2022

Human populations have heavily relied on the oceans for food supply, transportation, security, oil and gas resources, and many other explored and unexplored reasons.
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Is the Open Ship Registry system worth implementing?

Is the Open Ship Registry system worth implementing?

13 May 2022

Ghana per its operations in the maritime industry has favoured the closed ship registry system since the post-independence era.
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THE RIPPLE EFFECT OF RUSSIAN-UKRANIAN CONFLICT ON GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN DIMENSIONS

THE RIPPLE EFFECT OF RUSSIAN-UKRANIAN CONFLICT ON GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN DIMENSIONS

10 March 2022

The Crimean occupation and the military activity in Eastern Ukraine are myopically perceived as the core basis of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict.
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