Ghana Transport

With the urbanisation rate and the vehicle-to-population ratio increasing steadily, and exports on the rise, there is growing pressure on transport infrastructure in Ghana. These are indicators of increased economic opportunity, but they also contribute to congestion on the roads, at ports and in the air. The overall growth of the past decade has challenged the sector to keep pace, and facilitate rapid transit of both people and commodities. In response, the government has been increasing focus on transport infrastructure, with a particular push for airport and port development.

This chapter contains an interview with Mohamed Samara, CEO, Meridian Port Services.

The Report: Ghana 2018

The Report

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Sketch of Mohamed Samara, CEO, Meridian Port Services (MPS)
Mohamed Samara, CEO, Meridian Port Services (MPS): Interview

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