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  • ... languages facilitates access to primary sources. Furthermore, the willingness to understand and ...) the investor argued that the government of Ghana had breached both the investment treaty and human ...

  • In successfully lobbying for the expansion of the copyright protection term, culture industries in the United States have used one of the temporal dimensions of intellectual property law to strengthen their control over the circulation of cultural goods. There is another less obvious way that time factors into the regulation of cultural products, and this has to do with the modes of temporality within which those products are made and their circulation regulated. In Ghana, where certain cultural products are protected as "folklore" under copyright law, cultural goods from one kind of temporality enter a regulatory framework that belongs to another. In this article, I examine these two ways of organizing time and argue that differences in ways of conceptualizing time also factor into the...

    ... and entertainment, but also as a source of the signs and symbols that shape the meaning ...

  • April 25 forum allows business community to explore opportunities in Ghana with leader of one of world's fastest growing economies; trade mission to Ghana planned NEW YORK, May 1, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Business Council for International Understanding (BCIU), a White House initiative founded by President Dwight D. Eisenhower for senior business executives to interact with heads of state/government, cabinet ministers and senior government officials, today announced the successful completion of a forum in New York City with His Excellency John Evans Atta Mills, President of The Republic of Ghana, and 25 business leaders from across the world. Sponsored by United States Pharmacopeia and Eni S.p.A., the BCIU forum provided a platform for President Mills to outline the strategic...

    ...For more information, visit www.bciu.org. SOURCE Business Council for International Understanding. ...

  • ... common-law African countries, including Ghana, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Zambia, and ... decision relied entirely on foreign legal sources. (97) . When the Kenyan Court of Appeal faced a ...

  • The volatility in international oil prices has important implications for policies that determine national retail prices of petroleum products. This paper addresses a number of issues regarding petroleum product pricing in Western Africa emphasizing international spillovers that may limit the ability of policymakers to adopt first best policies. We use panel unit root rests and long-run modelling based on vector error correction models to assess links and convergence in petroleum product prices across countries. Our results indicate that in general over the long-run there is convergence in prices across countries. Furthermore, the estimation results for models including gasoline and diesel prices suggest the presence of economically important spillovers with long run multipliers varying...

    ...The Ghana-Togo frontier near Kpassa in the Volta Region has ...Another prominent source of concern is the impact of increases in fuel ...

  • ... a first step in the investigation of the source of the problem, the company should check all ...See Attorney General of Ghana v. Texaco Overseas Tankships Ltd., No. 1988/2606 ...

  • ...Republic of Ghana ("Ghana") . Ghana has significantly ..., legal and contractual framework", EI Source Book Online, ...

  • Introduction. A. The World's Current View on Taxation of MNEs. B. Definitions: Transfer Pricing and Transfer Pricing Abuses. C. Magnitude of the Transfer Pricing Problem in the United States and Ghana. II. The Definition Of The Transfer Pricing Problem. III. Profile Of Ghana. A. Ghana's Trade with the Outside World. B. Overview of Taxation in Ghana. C. Other Tax Impediments in Ghana. IV. U.S. Transfer Pricing Regulation. A. Transfer Pricing Methodology. 1. Comparable Uncontrolled Price Method. 2. Resale Price Method. 3. Cost Plus Method. 4. Comparable Profits Method. 5. Profit Split Method. B. Section 482 Penalty. V. The Model Tax Conventions. A. OECD Model Tax Convention. B. The U.N. Model: Double Taxation Convention. C. The Arm's Length Problem. D. The APA Solution. VI. Ghana Trans...

    ... that low tax countries, which typically source goods to other countries, are less likely than ...

  • [...] the legal regulation of domestic relations as a separate legal field, both marginal and exceptional to the law of the market, is a relatively recent jural creation. [...] solidarity, altruism, and communitarian motives rule the family, whereas the core of private law, the law of the market, is ruled by the paradigm of individualism.

    ... of the world assumed respectively as the source and the destination of legal diffusion. In this ... in Africa such as Kenya, Nigeria, and Ghana, the modernization of the family had been pursued ...

  • The impact of trade openness, foreign aid and democracy on government expenditure in developing countries has been emphasized in the literature in recent decades. Nonetheless, most recent studies of Wagner's law have often neglected the increasing role played by these policy variables. This paper provides an empirical analysis of the long run implications of trade openness, foreign aid and democracy for the fulfillment of Wagner's law in West African Monetary Zone (WAMZ) countries using panel data techniques for the period 1980-2008. The paper finds the existence of Wagner's law in WAMZ countries, but only when the role of these policy variables has been catered for. Therefore, if these countries are to meet the fiscal convergence criteria and ensure the sustainability of a single curre...

    ...-CFA ECOWAS countries, including The Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Nigeria and Sierra Leone, initiated a ... of revenues, regardless of the source. For this reason, that availability of foreign ...

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