Ghana Transport

Economic development continues to drive Ghana’s need for expansion and renovation of transport infrastructure. With ongoing offshore activities and an increasing number of construction projects across the country, the government recognises the need for reliable transport services. As the country works to situate itself as a key gateway to West Africa and with an economy set to grow more quickly than the global average, its transport infrastructure will continue to require expansion and modernisation. Plans are in place for making promising improvements over the next decade and the government is eagerly pursuing private partners to help, creating opportunities for qualified investors.

This chapter contains an interview with Richard Anamoo, Director-General, Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority.

Cover of The Report: Ghana 2017

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Sketch of Richard Anamoo, Director-General, Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA)
Richard Anamoo, Director-General, Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA): Interview

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