2022 Budget To Stimulate Growth And Competitiveness In the Local Industry – Minister Of Information

If the words of the minister of information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah are anything to go by, then the local industry players should be besides themselves with joy as according to the minister, the 2022 budget will be one of glad tidings to the local industry.

Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has said that the 2022 budget which is expected to be read today by the finance minster on the floor of parliament will be one that will stimulate growth and competitiveness in the local industry. He added that dealers will benefit from measures put in place to source products locally

The minister of information gave us an overview of what to expect in the budget with a facebook post he made, “Today is expected to be a good day fro young Ghanaians looking for support to fuel their business ideas.

“We look forward to some relief for road vehicle users, while at the same time equitably raising revenues to speed up the fixing of our roads.”

“Local industry can expect measures that will make their products more competitive while dealers benefit from same measures to source the same products locally.”

Reacting to a question on the minds of many Ghanaians on whether the Vice-President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, now acting president of the Republic of Ghana following President Akufo-Addo proceeding on leave, will be join the finance minister to the chamber today, the information minister said, “And No, while acting as President of the Rebublic, VP Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia cannot join the finance minister to the chamber today. It will be out of place”.

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