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I think this book will become a reference book for
students, researchers, policy makers and start-up
entrepreneurs for many years!


-Prof. Stephen Adei

GROWING THE GHANAIAN INFORMAL SECTOR
& SMALL BUSINESSES

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For those of us interested in transformational and
inclusive development, this book from a keen
observer and operator at the "bolts and nuts"
level of economic activity is,
definitely a must read!


-Kwame Pianim

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As an astute businessman, for over 30 years Nana achieved prominence in poultry farming business having formalised the backyard poultry business with the name AFARIWAA FARMS & LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS LTD, growing it to become one of the largest integrated poultry establishments in Ghana. Presently Nana has diversified business interests in Real Estate Development, Veterinary Pharmaceuticals production, Hospitality, Banking and Rice milling

Professor Peter Quartey
Professor Peter Quartey
Book Review By Prof. Peter Quartey

Many developing countries have a dual economic structure, namely formal and informal. The informal sector plays a dominant role in these economies and accounts for a greater share of GDP and employment compared to the formal sector. Therefore, roping in the informal sector into the formal economy through taxation, income generation etc provides enormous opportunities for national development.  I can therefore say without hesitating that this book titled ‘Growing the Ghanaian Informal and Small Businesses’ is not just timely but very appropriate.

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The New Book - Growing the Ghanaian Informal and Small Businesses

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EDITORIAL REVIEW By Prof. Stephen Adei

Nana Owusu-Afari has written on the importance, challenges and the way to grow the Ghanaian…

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Kwame Pianim – Eminent Economist and Investment Consultant

EDITORIAL REVIEW By Kwame Pianim

This book, entitled Growing the Ghanaian Informal & Small Businesses, is not authored by a…

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Tony Oteng Gyasi

EDITORIAL REVIEW By Tony Oteng-Gyasi

In many developing countries, the informal sector presents an enigma of sorts to governments. It…

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