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The government introduced a number of tax measures in the budget including an increase in corporate tax rate from 25 percent to 35 percent.
However, the Ghana Chamber of Mines recently expressed worry about the lack of implementation of the taxes, saying it is affecting their planning.
But a deputy Finance Minister, Seth Tekper in an interview with XYZ News said all mining taxes have been implemented as of April this year.
He however appealed to the Ghana Revenue Authority to intensify its education on taxes to avert misinformation.
“I appeal to tax payers particularly the professionals they employ to be up and current and I also appeal to the Ghana Revenue Authority to intensify its education” Mr. Tekper said.