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DLA Piper | Ghana | 18 Jan 2022

Ghana: Horizon Scanning 2022

Over the next 18 months we expect to see legislative changes to facilitate increased digitalisation of economic activity generally and revenue…
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N Dowuona & Company | Ghana | 4 Jan 2022

Ghana’s Legislative Year in Review, 2021

In 2021, ten Bills were passed into law by Parliament. The laws passed, repealed or amended existing legislation affecting the Insurance, Securities…
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Addison Bright Sloane | Ghana | 17 Dec 2021

Digital Transformation: Ghana

"The principal laws governing digital transformation in Ghana include the Electronic Transactions Act 2008 (Act 772) (ETA), Electronic Communications Act 2008 (Act 775), Data Protection Act...


Labour & Employment

Editors: K. Lesli Ligorner, Matthew Howse, Sabine Smith-Vidal, Walter Ahrens and Michael D. Schlemmer

Morgan Lewis

Quick reference guide enabling side-by-side comparison of local insights, including legislation, protected employee categories and enforcement agencies; worker representation; checks on applicants; terms of employment; rules on foreign workers; post-employment restrictive covenants; liability for acts of employees; taxation of employees; employee-created IP; data protection; business transfers; termination of employment; dispute resolution; and recent trends.

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DLA Piper | Ghana | 19 Nov 2021

Africa energy futures: Ghana

Ghana’s current energy mix comprises oil (34%), natural gas (25%), hydro (5%) and biomass (36%). Production of energy from solar and other renewables…
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N Dowuona & Company | Ghana | 5 Nov 2021

Bank of Ghana urges to reset fiscal policy to reflect 2022 budget

The Bank of Ghana (“BOG”) has urged the Government to use the 2022 budget to reset Ghana’s fiscal policy. According to the Governor of BOG, an…
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The Oil and Gas Law Review

Editor: Christopher B. Strong

Vinson & Elkins LLP

The Oil and Gas Law Review is a practical overview of the legal and regulatory regimes governing the oil and gas industry in key jurisdictions worldwide. Focusing on recent developments, it is a useful reference point for those navigating major issues such as licensing requirements, tax liabilities, environmental regulations, foreign investment restrictions and much more.

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AB & David Law Affiliates | Ghana | 3 Nov 2021

The Oil and Gas Law Review: Ghana

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N Dowuona & Company | Ghana | 12 Oct 2021

Bank of Ghana to Phase out 1 and 2 Ghana cedi notes

The Governor of the Bank of Ghana (“BoG”), Dr. Ernest Addison, recently announced BoG’s plans to cease circulation of the 1 and 2 Ghana Cedi notes…

Electricity Regulation

Editor: John Dewar

Milbank LLP

Quick reference guide enabling side-by-side comparison of insights into the local legal framework; regulation of power generation, grid connection, and alternative energy sources; climate change policy; energy storage; nuclear power; transmission and distribution; sale of power, including retail and wholesale pricing and public service obligations; regulatory authorities; competition regulation including merger control; cross-border considerations including mergers and acquisitions and interconnection regulations; transactions between affiliates; and recent trends.

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