The Ghana International Trade Commission was established by an Act of Parliament in September 2016 to regulate Ghana’s international trade architecture in conformity with the rules and regulations of the World Trade System and to provide for related matters.
Objectives and Functions of the Commission
According to the GITC Act, the objectives of the Commission include ensuring fair competition for persons engaged in domestic production and international trade; overseeing Ghana’s compliance with international trade rules and regulations; protecting the domestic industry or market from the impact of unfair trade practices and ensuring transparency, fairness, efficiency and objectivity in the application of measures affecting international trade and the use of world trade measures
Investigations by the Commission may be initiated by a corporate or individual petitioner or on the ...Read More
These are measures imposed when increasing imports materially affect domestic producers. The Commiss...Read More
Through its investigations, when the GITC finds that subsidized imports are likely to cause injury w...Read More
These shall be imposed by GITC following investigations that establish dumping. Anti-dumping duties ...Read More
The GITC will play a critical role in addressing customs disputes and tariff adjudication. GITC, whe...Read More