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Abolishment of spare parts duty comes into effect this week

Source: kasapafmonline.com ………………………..Nana Addo is ‘Show boy’ – Abossey Okai spare parts dealers Buyers of automobile parts will enjoy relief on vehicle spare parts following the abolishment of the import duties on spare parts. The tax policy goes into effect this week after Parliament finally removed import duties on automobile spare parts to help reduce prices of vehicle spare parts ...

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Did you get bumped from your flight? Only take cash, never a voucher

Chances are good that every flight you take these days is overbooked. Airlines need planes that are at least 85% full to start making a profit on airfare. And they won’t consistently achieve that level if they don’t account for missed connections, people oversleeping, or simply choosing not to show. You’ve likely heard a gate agent announce that the airline ...

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H.E.L.P. on the Illinois Tollway

Drivers dialing *999 for roadway assistance will be served by new white and red H.E.L.P. trucks. In an effort to improve service to our customers, the Tollway launched the H.E.L.P. Truck Tracker to help drivers who have requested roadside assistance to identify where trucks are along the road and when they are headed in their direction.The Tracker is active during ...

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Spare parts dealers hail passage of Vehicle Spare parts Bill

The PRO of GUTA and the chairman of the Abossey Okai spare parts dealers association Joseph Adi has welcomed the passage of the bill on some Vehicle spare parts. Speaking on Behind the news, Mr Adi said the move will bring relief to spare parts dealers as well as consumers and patrons of imported used vehicle parts at Abossey Okai ...

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$2.25b bond: Finance Minister asked to step aside for investigations

Former Deputy Minister of Finance and MP for Cape Coast South, Kweku Rickett-Hagan has reiterated the need for the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta to step aside in the 2.25 billion dollar bond issuance. Speaking on GBC’s Current Affairs Programme ‘Talking Point, Mr Rickett-Hagan indicated that, the relationship between the Finance Minister and Franklin Templeton raises potential conflict of interest ...

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UN agency to assess airspace closure against Qatar, host talks

The United Nations aviation agency said on Wednesday it was reviewing a request from Qatar to intervene after its Gulf neighbours closed their airspace to Qatar flights, part of the region’s biggest diplomatic row and trade blockade in years. Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt cut diplomatic and transport ties with Qatar a week ago, accusing it of fomenting ...

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Gov’t Needs $7bn To Revamp Railway Development- Railway Minister

The Minister of Railway Development, Joe Ghartey, has disclosed that, government will need $7 billion to revamp the railway sector within the next four years. He said the ministry has received a lot of inquiries from both local and foreign investors on how they could partner the government to turn the fortunes of the railway sector around and gave an ...

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