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Alan Promises No Duties For Spare Parts Imports in First Two Years

In campaign messages, he has been pitching himself as the ideal leader for Ghana as the December general elections draw close

The leader of the Alliance for Revolutionary Change, Alan Kyerematen has promised to remove import duties on spare parts in his first two years if elected to power.

Kyerematen was speaking in Tamale, the capital of the northern region while on a campaign tour there on Tuesday.

“We cannot revive the Ghanaian economy unless we support our traders and business people. In my first two years as president of Ghana, there will be no duties on spare parts imports. This will lower costs for businesses and car users, and ultimately reduce transport fares and food prices,” he said.

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In campaign messages, he has been pitching himself as the ideal leader for Ghana as the December general elections draw close.

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“The economy is in crisis, you need a new leader who will turn around the economy and that is what Alan is going to do for you. What you need now is a leader who has got vision.”


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Previously in March, while meeting spare parts dealers at Abossey Okai in Accra, he pledged to introduce a fixed rate on import duties in the first six months if elected.

 

 

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