In spite of being the second largest grower of cocoa in the world, Ghana spends an average of US$45 million (GH¢216 million) every year to import chocolate and other cocoa derivatives for special occasions such as Christmas and Valentine’s Day.
The German Government has renewed its pledge to support Africa and Ghana’s economic policies and business to engender stronger economic performance and infrastructural development, particularly, in the areas of health, energy, agriculture and capacity building.
The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has on Tuesday seized products with no tax stamps from retailers at Makola market. The authority seized cartons of carbonated drinks and water from defaulting retail shops.
Spending time with your loved one on Valentine’s Day can be one of the nice moments together, but the day will not last forever and life still goes on, so planning for during and after the celebration will be the wise thing to do.