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Foreign companies checking out; an opportunity for local businesses – Yankah

Founder behind the Pan African Heritage Museum (PAHM), Kojo Yankah, has asked for the support of nearby organizations following the takeoff of ostracize organizations from Ghana.


He considers the withdrawal of unfamiliar firms to be an opportunity for native business people to flourish. "Unfamiliar organizations leaving Ghana? A chance for Nearby Business people! We should uphold neighborhood business," the Organizer behind the African College School of Correspondences (AUCC) composed on his Facebook page.



















The French bank Société Générale has declared its choice to pull out from Ghana after almost twenty years of activity. The bank has enrolled speculation bank Lazard to look for expected purchasers for its activities, in Ghana as well as in Cameroon and Tunisia.


There are signs that Absa Bank is thinking about getting these auxiliaries, as indicated by sources. The exit of European banks, including Société Générale, from Africa is essentially because of the significant expense to-pay proportion. Market analyst Teacher John Gatsi has voiced worries about the flight of worldwide organizations from the Ghanaian economy. The Dignitary of the College of Cape Coast Institute of Business featured the rising expense of carrying on with work and the devaluation of the Cedi as horrible circumstances for organizations.


Prof. Gatsi stressed that this pattern ought to be a worry for all Ghanaians, as the flight of such organizations frequently brings about employment misfortunes. "The section of global organizations into the nation was gotten with joy in light of the constructive outcome on work, income age and furthermore on the grounds that it motioned toward different organizations a positive business climate. "The new exit or arranged exit from Ghana by global organizations should be a concern for all Ghanaians. The climate is unfriendly and unsupportive of organizations.


"I thought we had a clergyman responsible for business improvement? What of the climate? I thought we had a pastor responsible for industry. Allow us to be serious. I figured the public authority ought to be determining's what is happening," he wrote in a post on Facebook on Saturday.

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