Sole proprietorship – a sole proprietorship is an unincorporated business usually run by one individual. The liability of a sole proprietor is unlimited. A sole proprietor shall not carry out business in the finance, banking or communications sectors.

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To incorporate a company in Ghana, an applicant must; acquire a tax identification number (TIN); complete, authenticate and file the prescribed forms with the Registrar of Companies; and pay a percentage of the company’s stated capital as capital duty.

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The Ghanaian project finance market has recorded an interesting mix of projects in the power, energy, maritime, aviation and rail sectors. These projects have involved both private and public actors.

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The growth of the real estate sector in line with most of the services sectors remained fairly flat in 2017. The high-end residential market slowed, with occupancy rates in luxury apartment developments declining and rents coming under significant downward pressure.

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Ghana is blessed with both the natural resources required to facilitate the growth of a buoyant renewables sector and the political will to proceed. It is obvious that there would have been little or no progress in renewable energy development

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Ghana, like much of Sub-Saharan Africa, remained relatively unaffected by the global financial crises. However, recent domestic difficulties with regards to fiscal and current account deficits have had a telling effect on lending cycles in the country.

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