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Building partnership with parliamentary committee’s - a private sector/legislature network on policy & laws for effective governance

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  • Type of document: PEF Position Papers

The Ghanaian private sector has been designated as the engine of growth in the country's new development strategy.  This new role of the private sector is no doubt a challenging one. This is because the private sector is expected to play roles hitherto the preserve of the state.

However, in spite of various efforts aimed at engendering an interface between the public sector and the private sector, there appears to be insufficient shift in the perceptions and treatment of policy makers of the Ghanaian private sector. The relationship is still characterized by some misunderstanding, mutual suspicion and lack of appreciation of the basic tenets of state policy and conditions that would ensure unimpeded operation of the Ghanaian private sector in contemporary global business environment.


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