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Ghana Offers Tax Incentive to Entice Local and Foreign Aviation Investors

Ghana Offers Tax Incentive to Entice Local and Foreign Aviation Investors

The Ghana Ministry of Aviation has received proposals from 10 foreign and local investors to operate in the country’s domestic airline industry.
The country’s Minister of Aviation, Ms Cecilia Abena Dapaah, made this known at the opening of this year’s International Air Transport Association (IATA) Day in Accra, according to an online publication, graphic.com.gh.
It is being organised by IATA, which is the trade association for the world’s airlines.
Participants include key stakeholders in the air travel industry from Africa.
The conference has the theme: ‘Aviation: catalyst for socio-economic development in Ghana’ and will discuss the impact of aviation on the economy, infrastructure development and safety in the industry.
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