NDC’s Manifesto: NDC Promises to Waive import duties on Personal Protective Equipment
The National Democratic Congress, NDC under the leadership of the flagbearer, John Dramani Mahama yesterday, 8th September,2020 launched the party’s 2020 manifesto.
At page 67 of the National Democratic Congress’s manifesto which captures issues in relation to the health Sector, the party made promises to increasing national supplies of Personal Protective Equipment, PPE.
In the manifesto, the party promised to indicated that, when the win this year’s December 7th Presidential and Parliamentary elections, a new 2021 Government under the leadership of John Dramani Mahama will waive import fees on Personal Protective Equipment, PPE.
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The Party in their manifesto said;
The next NDC Government will:
A. Waive import fees, provide tax waivers and guarantee credit to manufacturers to increase the production of PPE.
B. Waive import fees, provide tax waivers and guarantee credit to private health facilities which are importing their own PPE.
C.Remove all taxes on wages and salaries of workers/employees in the PPE production sector for 2021.