CIMAG COMMENDS THE TWO LEADING POLITICAL PARTIES ON THEIR POLICY COMMITMENT TO THE MARITIME SECTOR

CIMAG COMMENDS THE TWO LEADING POLITICAL PARTIES ON THEIR POLICY COMMITMENT TO THE MARITIME SECTOR

10 September 2020

The Centre for International Maritime Affairs, Ghana (CIMAG) has taken note of the manifestoes launched on August 22, 2020, and September 7, 2020, by the incumbent New Patriotic Party (NPP)...
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CIMAG MAKES MAJOR APPOINTMENTS

CIMAG MAKES MAJOR APPOINTMENTS

29 July 2020

Centre for International Maritime Affairs’ Ghana (CIMAG), the leading policy think tank and research hub for the Maritime industry (International Trade), today made major appointments to its board and...
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MARITIME BULLETIN WITH ALBERT FIATUI AND BISMARK AMEYAW: PROPOSED MEASURES TO INCREASE REVENUES GENERATED FROM IMPORT DUTIES

MARITIME BULLETIN WITH ALBERT FIATUI AND BISMARK AMEYAW: PROPOSED MEASURES TO INCREASE REVENUES GENERATED FROM IMPORT DUTIES

29 July 2020

The coronavirus (COVID-19) has presented enormous challenges to the developed, emerging, and developing economies.
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WHY THE OIL SECTOR IS LOSING BILLIONS IN REVENUE DURING THE COVID-19 ERA

WHY THE OIL SECTOR IS LOSING BILLIONS IN REVENUE DURING THE COVID-19 ERA

23 July 2020

The discovery of oil has often not only triggered jubilation rather but also igniting optimism for economic development in developing countries.
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