The Ghana Office of the Consumer Unity & Trust Society (CUTS) International is implementing Advocating for a Functional Competition Regime for Ghana (COMPAD) with the support from BUSAC Fund. The main goal of this project is to complement the Government of Ghana’s efforts towards evolving a functional national competition policy and law in Ghana, through an informed process, incorporating the views of key actors and with public support. The National Orientation Workshop and launch of the Competition Booklet is to present to stakeholders, the evidenced based research on the need for a functional competition regime and Framework for Competition Reforms (FCR).
- Competition Regime in Ghana: Need of the Nation
- Will the Deregulation of the Petroleum Sector Result in Greater Benefits?
- Framework for Competition Reforms: A Guide to Promoting Competition Reforms in Key Sectors for Greater Public Welfare in Developing Countries
Appiah Kusi Adomako & Abubakari Zakari
- Competition Regime in Ghana: A Need of the Nation
Accra, Ghana, November 05, 2015
- Competition Policy in the Offing
- Ghana to have a fully functional competition regime in 2016
- Workshop Cabinet to approve competition policy next year
- CUTS/BUSAC/MoTI Promote National Competition Regime in Ghana
Northern Ghana News, November 19, 2015
Modern Ghana, November 11, 2015
Ghana News Agency, November 10, 2015
Government of Ghana, November 09, 2015