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Mobile & Wireless

Ghana phone dealers close shops in tax protest

Wednesday 7 August 2013 | 14:26 CET | News
Ghana's dealers in mobile handsets and accessories are closing shops indefinitely across the country in protest at the 20 percent import tax on mobile handsets and accessories. The phone dealers, who have constituted themselves into the Concerned Phone and Accessories Dealers of Ghana (CPADG), said their shops would remain closed until government sits with them and agrees to waive the recently re-instated import tax.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Countries: Ghana
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