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Ban on salvage cars from 1st of November

The Customs division of the Ghana Revenue Authority has highlighted that from the 1st of November, 2020 there will begin an enforcement of law to ban the importation of damaged vehicles into the country.

The state agency speaking on Eye on Port, mandated to oversee imports of vehicles such that, vehicles that are more than ten years will require the Finance Minister to consult the Minister responsible for Trade through a legislative instrument to give a specific date on which a motor vehicle of that nature will not be permitted into Ghana after some conditions stipulated the Customs Amendment Act, Section 154 (2).

“The prohibition against the importation of salvaged motor vehicles into the country under paragraph (b) of subsection (1) of section 58 shall come into force six (6) months after the date of the coming into force of this Act”.

Mr. Aweya Julius Kantum, the Assistant Commissioner of Customs who deals with Policy and Programs of the Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority disclosed.

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