The Ghana Countrywide Chamber of Commerce and Marketplace (GNCCI) has inaugurated a 30-member council to facilitate proposals and policy steps for organization progress and resilience.
President of the Chamber, Clement Osei-Amoako, highlighted the urgency of the council citing the impact of Covid-19 on corporations as well as the prospective buyers of the Continental Free Trade Agreement.
“The uncomfortable memory of the worldwide pandemic on the company group has necessitated the have to have for businesses to rethink and reshape their way of undertaking matters in order to remain suitable and competitive”.
“As a Chamber, we are also thrilled that the journey to opening up new market accessibility possibilities to push the desired economic expansion and transformation of the African continent has started, and the overpowering fascination and aid by the non-public sector,” he said.
In the meantime, Technical Advisor to the Minister for Trade and Market, K. Baafi, who spoke on behalf of the Minister, Alan Kyerematen – explained that irrespective of a sluggish small business restoration amid the worldwide pandemic, governing administration has produced a national AfCFTA Coverage Framework for boosting trade and investment decision.
At the 44th Once-a-year Common Conference (AGM) of the chamber held on 21st October 2020, all the standing committees and council of the GNCCI were dissolved with the new Countrywide Officers elected to winner the activities of the Chamber.
This then necessitated the inauguration of the Council in line with the constitution of the chamber and the Legislative Instrument (L. I. 611).
The Council comprise President of the GNCCI, Clement Osei Amoako the two Vice-Presidents of the Chamber, National Treasurer, a person representative chosen by every single Regional Chamber for every 40 absolutely paid out-up users or part thereof in these regional Chamber, among some others.