Ghana is one of the world's largest suppliers of gold, diamonds and bauxite, and is also an
important oil, natural gas and timber exporter.
Ghana has an active international policy, reflected in its membership of various international organisations and the conclusion of a large number of agreements aimed at integrating it into the global economy. As an example, Ghana has the following membership of international organisations such as the ADB, ECOWAS, IAEA, UN, UNESCO, WHO, WIPO, WTO, etc.
English is the state's official language. The official currency is the Ghanaian cedi (1 GHS = 0.17 USD).
Incorporating a company in Ghana is a very lucrative solution for those planning to establish a business on the continent.
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Out of the advantages that are open to founders when registering a company in Ghana, it is worth noting in particular:
According to current Ghanaian legislation, the incorporation of such companies is available to foreign persons:
A Company Limited by Shares is an association of two to fifty people with a specific purpose, either for profit or for non-profit. The shareholders are the owners of the company and the directors, secretary and auditors are the officers of the company. A minimum of two directors is required. This is the most popular company structure in Ghana.
The participants' liability is limited to the amount they undertake or guarantee to contribute to the company's assets. The main purpose of this type of company is not to make a profit.
A company with unlimited liability has the same composition as a limited liability company, except that the liability of its owners is not limited to shareholders' shares.
General regulatory requirements regarding the establishment of a business in this jurisdiction:
The state of Ghana has the following taxation features: