Ghana: Another State-Owned Enterprise Going Cheap

It is official that the Government of Ghana, as part of its programme to privatise state-owned enterprises (SOEs) will soon dispose of the multimillion GIHOC Glass Company Limited (GGCL).

To this end, the government is inviting bodies, companies, organisations and individual investors to submit proposals and bids for the acquisition of the juicy glass company.

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600450 Ghana: Another State-Owned Enterprise Going Cheap
Date: 8 May 2012

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