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Spare parts dealers at Suame Magazine endorse Bawumia’s flat rate duty proposal

The Suame Magazine Spare Parts Dealers Association says it is committed to working closely with relevant stakeholders to ensure the seamless implementation of this beneficial duty structure

The Suame Magazine Spare Parts Dealers Association has expressed profound gratitude for Dr Mahamudu Bawumia’s groundbreaking proposal for a flat rate duty on the import of spare parts.

In a media forum held on Wednesday (7 February) in Accra, Vice-President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, the presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), revealed the party’s commitment to implementing a flat rate duty on spare parts imports.

“As a non-partisan organization dedicated to advancing the spare parts dealership industry, we wholeheartedly embrace and endorse Dr Bawumia’s proposal,” the group stated in a press statement.

The envisaged flat rate duty holds the promise of a substantial reduction in the cost of spare parts, providing much-needed relief to commercial drivers who regularly factor these expenses into transport fares. This reduction is expected to alleviate additional burdens on the commuting public, contributing to a more sustainable and affordable transportation system.

The group says it is committed to working closely with relevant stakeholders to ensure the seamless implementation of this beneficial duty structure.

“We call upon all members of the Suame Magazine Spare Parts Dealers Association to unite in support of the introduction of the Flat Rate Duty on Spare Parts Imports. Through collective support for this initiative, we can actively contribute to the growth and prosperity of the spare parts dealership industry, fostering positive developments in the broader economic landscape,” the association emphasized in the statement.

The Association also expressed gratitude to Dr Mahamudu Bawumia for his foresight and dedication to the welfare of the spare parts sector, eagerly anticipating the positive impact of this policy on the industry and the nation as a whole.

Reporting by Jonathan Ofori, Ashanti Region

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