Ghana must avoid 'half-baked' local content policies

Will Green is news editor of Supply Management
27 September 2018

Ghana must be careful when developing local content rules so it avoids “half-baked policies” that damage the economy, according to a report.

The report, by the Imani Centre for Policy & Education, said the government should develop metrics to measure the achievement of local content targets and audit the capacity of different industry sectors to fulfil them.

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