GRA adopting new measures to block revenue leakages- Ofori-Atta
Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta has revealed that the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) is adopting new measures to block revenue leakages.
The latest revelation comes at the period the GRA has failed to meet revenue target, leading to shortfall in revenue mobilisation.
According to Ofori-Atta, government is enhancing the quality of key state institutions to improve their services.
Speaking during the Mid-Year-Budget-Review at parliament in Accra on Thursday 29 July 2021, Ken Ofori-Atta said”government recovery programme is easing private sector constraints”.
Meanwhile, Ofori-Atta has announced one million Jobs Initiative for the growth of SMEs.
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