See A List Of Ghana’s Annual Imports And The Huge Monies Spent

Ghana is still a growing country and as a result, most of our consumables are imported. Check out a list of Ghana’s annual imports and monies spent.

1. Tin Tomatoes – $1billion

2. Rice – $800million

3. Sugar and Confectionery – $300 million

4. Flour – $600million

5. Poultry and meat – $400 million

6. Fish – $245 million

7. Tomatoes (from Burkina Faso) – $100 million

8. Toilet Rolls and Tissue – $100 million

9. Cooking oil – $300million

10. Pharmaceuticals and chemicals – $750 million

11. Soaps and cosmetics – $200million

12. Plastics – $500million

13. Paper – $600million

14. Tiles and Ceramics – $200million

15. Iron and steel products – $1.2 billion

16. Cars and spare parts – $2 billion

17. Furniture – $250million

18. Textile and apparel – $250million.

19. Home appliances – $900 million

20. Beverages – $200 million.

If we concentrate on producing these in Ghana, we shall create plenty of jobs to go around for our young brothers and sisters.

Credit : Ghana Trade Advocacy Network

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