Ghana: Exporter Guide

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Though down by four places on the World Bank's Ease of Doing Business ranking, the Ghanaian food market remains a great prospect for U.S. exporters. U.S. agricultural exports to Ghana increased nearly 7 percent to $135 million in 2019. Available 2020 data indicates that major slowdowns in economic activity slashed Ghana's agricultural imports by as much as a fifth from the year prior. U.S. exports showed greater resiliency, down by only 12 percent in that period, and remain well-poised to rebound in 2021.

Ghana: Exporter Guide

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