Fuel Hikes - Association of Ghana Industries threatens to lay off workers

AGI President, Nana Owusu Afari
The Association of Ghana Industries has threatened to lay of workers if government carries out its decision to remove fuel subsidy.  The 15-30 percent increment over the week-end has caused the prices of goods and services to rise astronomically. This they described has increased the cost of production drastically, and if the fuel subsidy is removed, they will have no other option than to send workers packing.

Just imagine a country like Ghana beginning the year with lay-offs, so sad.



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