Traders call on Enterprise Ministry to adopt policies that capture their needs

Traders call on Enterprise Ministry to adopt policies that capture their needs


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"We pay taxes and they promise us good markets and a whole lot yet we don't see any improvement, we are still in square one. Every morning we pay taxes to the tax collectors, the leaders of the market will punish you if you don't pay but still, we don't see any development" Bridget Quaye one of the traders at the Kaneshie Market in Accra told GhanaWeb.
The Enterprise Ministry is a newly established government institution that will ensure that trade activities in the country are conducted smoothly according to law and also integrate the private and government sectors to grow the economy of the country.


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