We'll address multiple levy payment challenges -Tourism Authority – Citi Business News
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We'll address multiple levy payment challenges -Tourism Authority – Citi Business News


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As part of efforts towards improving the operations of businesses within the tourism industry, the Ghana Tourism Authority says plans are underway to address the issue of multiple payments of levies.
The Ghana Tourism Authority says it is working to address these concerns.
"We've been saying that, is it possible for us to bring all these different institutions at least under the Ghana Tourism Authority which is our primary regulator. So that we don't have different agencies visiting the hotels at the same time. Sometimes it can be very embarrassing. So, we have been saying that they should find a way to capture all these different regulatory bodies under one umbrella".


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