The Chamber of Automobile Dealership Ghana ( CADEG) has extend its appreciation to the government of Ghana for the decision to suspend the laying of the intended ‘ Export and Import restrictions on the importation of selected strategic products regulations 2023 bill.l before the Parliament of Ghana.
The Minister of Information Hon.Kojo Oppong Nkrumah disclose the accepted decision last Friday 8th December 2023 to resonates with CADEG’s unwavering commitment in advocating against potential adverse effects on the automobile industry.
Nana Adu Bonsu, President of the Chamber of Automobile Dealership Ghana ( CADEG) commended government’s responsiveness to the concerns raised by both the Majority and Minority members in Parliament, the Joint Business Consultative Forum of Ghana, and all stakeholders which includes CADEG.
This decision reflects a commitment to dialogue and collaborative policy making that considers the broader impact on the economy both financial and human resource related in the automobile industry of Ghana.
CADEG’s recognition of the necessity for comprehensive consultations, ensuring that policies align with economic objectives whiles safeguarding the interest of accepted imported used and locally assembled vehicles for consumers in the country.
We emphasize CADEG’s recognition of the necessity for comprehensive consultations, ensuring that policies align with economic objectives while safeguarding the interests of accepted imported used and locally assembled vehicles for the consumers in Ghana.
The suspension of the Export and Import Restrictions Bill is seen as a prudent step towards fostering a more inclusive and informed decision – making process to meet the intended revenue generation for the growth of the Ghanaian economy through the Automotive sector.
Chamber for the Automobile industry, CADEG remains steadfast in its commitment to engaging constructively with the government in addressing challenges facing the sector and fostering the right partnership as a strategic partner.
CADEG’s eagerly anticipates contributing to discussions that lead to well – balanced and sustainable importation and locally accepted policies for it’s members nation wide.
The Chamber in response to recent developments is issusing a resounding call to all Auto Dealership across the country who are not yet registered as members to join and become CADEG members.
The Initiative aims to fortify the Chambers’ capacity to support the industry of all stakeholders in the Ghanaian Auto industry.
It’s core mandate, the Chamber actively advocates for policies fostering the growth and sustainability of the automobile sector, engaging with government authorities, policymakers, and other stakeholders to address industry – related concerns that drives sustainable investment.
The Chamber’s commitment to industry development, addressing challenges, promoting fair business practices, and seeking opportunities for the growth of the industry.
The President of CADEG, Nana Adu Bonsu Agyekum, The National Chairman, Eddie Kusi Ankomah, and George Dumenu, Executive Secretary of CADEG channels to keep members informed about relevant industry developments, policy changes, and other matters of importance concerning the industry…….Story by Bugbila Moadow.