International Trade Agreements with Ghana

International Trade Agreements with Ghana

The United States and Ghana signed a Trade & Investment Framework Agreement (TIFA) in 1999

To ease trade between Ghana and United State

World Trade Organisations

WTO provides a forum for negotiating agreements aimed at reducing obstacles to international trade and ensuring a level playing field for all, thus contributing to economic growth and development

Ghana trade agreements with Singapore

This agreement is put in place to guarantee private sector development to create more opportunities and propel Ghana’s low middle income status to a higher one.

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