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GT LEGAL NEWSLETTER ISSUE 6 (JANUARY)

 

Dear Valued Reader,

We welcome you to 2015! We are pleased to publish the 6th Issue of GT LEGAL NEWSLETTER. The Issue looks at Immigration and Corporate matters as well as general legal and economic developments in and before the month of January.

Find your copy on our website, following the path:  >>www.gtlegalafrica.com >>>News menu>>>>Newsletter tab.

Or click the link below (or copy and paste in your browser):

http://gtlegalafrica.com/user/uploads/docs/GTLegal_Newsletter_Issue_6.pdf

Enjoy your copy.

Finally, I would like to take this opportunity to wish all our readers, clients and business associates, a happy new year.

Nathan Tete Tei– Managing Editor & Associate, Globetrotters Legal. 

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GT LEGAL NEWSLETTER ISSUE 5 (NOVEMBER)

 

Dear Valued Reader,

Well, it is nearly the end of 2014 and what a year it has been for the legal and the wider corporate sectors. We are pleased to publish the November Issue of GT Legal NEWSLETTER. The Issue looks at Immigration and Corporate matters and general legal and economic developments in and before the month of November.

Find your copy on our website, following the path:  >>www.gtlegalafrica.com >>>News menu>>>>Newsletter tab.

Or click the link below (or copy and paste in your browser):

http://gtlegalafrica.com/user/uploads/docs/GTLegal_Newsletter_Issue_5_(November).pdf

Enjoy your copy.

Finally, I would like to take this opportunity to wish all of our readers, clients and business associates, a very merry Christmas and a happy new year.

Nathan Tete Tei– Managing Editor & Associate, Globetrotters Legal. 

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SUPREME COURT TO HEAR SUBSTANTIVE CASE ON STABILITY OF THE CEDI

 

The Supreme Court will on Thursday hear the substantive case in which a lawyer and banking lecturer, John Ephraim Baiden, is asking the court to order the central bank to stabilise the local currency after bouts of massive depreciation against major currencies.

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GT LEGAL NEWSLETTER ISSUE 4 (OCTOBER)

 

We are pleased to publish the October Issue of GT Legal NEWSLETTER. The Issue looks at  Immigration and Corporate matters and general legal and economic developments in and before the month of October. Find your copy on our website, following the path:  >>www.gtlegalafrica.com >>>News menu>>>>Newsletter tab.

Or click the link below (or copy and paste in your browser):

http://gtlegalafrica.com/user/uploads/docs/GTLegal_Newsletter_Issue_4_(October).pdf

Enjoy your copy.

 

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OFFICE RELOCATION NOTICE - WE HAVE MOVED

 

Dear valued Clients both existing and prospective, Partners and friends; we are pleased to inform/announce that with effect from 14th November, 2014, Globetrotters Legal has relocated to a new office address as follows: the main telephone will change and we will inform you accordingly in due time; all other contact information remain unchanged.

Our new office building can be located at:

 

NO. 8

ADEMBRA ROAD

EAST CANTONMENTS

ACCRA

 

Email: info@gtlegalafrica.com

 

Kindly note that you can find a simple map and directions to the new office on the Contact page of our website (www.gtlegalafrica.com).

 

This is a step in furthering client care and we are keen on hosting you in the friendliest of environments and most comfortable surroundings. We look forward to your continued support; and we will continue to strive to provide exceptional service in appreciation of your support.

Please contact us should you have any difficulties or questions

 

Globetrotters Legal

[Corporate and Immigration law Experts]

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LIBERIA MUST ADOPT A NEW AGGRESSIVE STRATEGY TO ERADICATE EBOLA

 

The current strategy to contain and eradicate Ebola from Liberia does not seem to be effective as the virus continues to spread exponentially in the country and beyond its borders. 

 

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GHANA: TAKORADI PORT; TO EXPAND OR NOT TO EXPAND; COURT DECIDES

 

A Sekondi High Court in the Western Region will on Friday deliver judgement in the case in which five Members of Parliament (MPs) are praying the court to remove a restriction the government had imposed on further expansion of oil and gas facilities at the Takoradi Port.

Parliament had on July 17 this year, approved an agreement between the Government and Lonrho Ports - a British company - for the development of an Oil and Gas Freeport at Atuabo in the region.

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GHANA: TODAY'S HEADLINES

 


BUSINESSES AT HUGE RISK AS CORRUPTION DEEPENS

The debate over corruption and its effects on businesses in Ghana will not cease anytime soon as the canker is eating deep into the nation's social fabric.


FLUSHING OUT ILLEGAL TRADERS: A TOUGH TASK

Punishing foreigners for illegally trading in Ghana may prove a herculean task for government to undertake as it dreads the repercussions of the measure.


STRIKING WORKERS THREATEN COURT ACTION 

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GHANA: BATTLING MONSANTO LAWS IN GHANA AND AFRICA

 

This week, farmers in Ghana are on the frontlines of a battle. The national parliament is due to return from its summer break and first thing on the agenda is the government’s Plant Breeders Bill. The proposed legislation contains rules that would restrict farmers from an age-old practice: freely saving, swapping, and breeding seeds they rely on. Under the laws, farmers that use seed varieties claimed under new intellectual property rights by individuals and companies anywhere in the world risk hefty fines or even imprisonment.

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GHANA: CHEAP IMPORTS PUSH ALUWORKS TO THE MARGINS

 

Cheap Chinese aluminium products, buoyed by a kind export rebate, have taken over the Ghanaian market and are pushing the nation’s main manufacturer of aluminium products -- Aluworks -- to the fringes.

Aluworks’ MD Kwesi Okoh is troubled by the situation and is calling on the Ghanaian government to put in place countervailing measures -- or his company will die.

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