Mr. Nabil Moukarzel, Chairman of the Food and Beverages Association of Ghana (FABAG), on Tuesday appealed to the Bank of Ghana and other relevant institutions to initiate measures that would stabilise the cedi against major currencies.
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The Food and Beverages Association of Ghana on Thursday commended the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) for exhibiting a high level of vigilance in arresting rice smugglers at the western corridor of the country.
Accra, Dec 2, GNA- Members of the Food and Beverages Association of Ghana on Thursday commended Vice President John Dramani Mahama for pledging the Government’s support to review the proposed abolition of the bonded warehouse system for rice and sugar.
Accra, Dec 2, GNA – The Food and Beverages Association of Ghana (FABAG) on Thursday appealed to government not to implement the proposed Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) tariff harmonisation until neighbouring countries were ready to do so.
Accra, Sept. 16, GNA – Mr Nabil Moukarzel, President of Food and Beverages Association of Ghana (FABAG), on Thursday, called for a closer collaboration between government and his outfit, in rice and beverage issues, to ensure food security in the country.
Mr John Awuni, a member of the Food and Beverages Association of Ghana (FABAG) has attributed the reduction of rice importation to increased smuggling of the commodity into the country.
EXECUTIVES OF the Food and Beverage Association of Ghana (FABAG) have expressed worry over the $40 million, which goes down the drain as a result of “massive rice smuggling in the country.”
ACCRA, Sep. 3, 2010 (Xinhua News Agency) — Ghnana’s Minister for Agriculture Kwasi Ahwoi on Friday denied categorically that Ghanaians are facing imminent food insecurity, stressing that Ghana is close to food security due to significant increases in food production and storage over the past 18 months.
Ghana is said to be losing an estimated $40 million annually as a result of rice smuggled into the country.
The Food and Beverages Association (FABAG) says food crisis is looming in emerging economies such as Ghana.