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Ghana does not have legislation on anti-competitive practices although a bill has been under consideration for several years.

Anti-competitive practices include price fixing, market sharing, bid rigging, exclusive dealing, tied selling, misuse of dominant market positions and unfair trading practices.

They also deny the consumer the wider benefits that competition can bring (such as lower prices, higher quality and more choice).

Likely to have detrimental long term effects on growth and employment.

Ghana does not have legislation on anti-competitive practices although a bill has been under consideration for several years.

The Ministry of Trade, Industry, Private Sector Development and President's Special Initiatives (PSIs) however oversees all trade dealings and practises including unfair trade practises.

Anti-competitive practices – Some evidence

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