Once more a war against pirated textiles is being waged all in a bid to address the woes of the struggling local textiles industry.
Through the introduction of the textiles tax stamp policy and ensuring that all imported textiles come through the Tema port, government hopes to finally create a fair playing field for the local manufacturers.
JoyBusiness analyses how the tax stamp policy could effectively end the era of made in Ghana fabrics being counterfeited.
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