Maritime Bulletin with Albert Derrick Fiatui: Highlighting the probable drawbacks for proper implementation of Ocean Governance Policy

Maritime Bulletin with Albert Derrick Fiatui: Highlighting the probable drawbacks for proper implementation of Ocean Governance Policy

24 June 2022

Human populations have heavily relied on the oceans for food supply, transportation, security, oil and gas resources, and many other explored and unexplored reasons.
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Is the Open Ship Registry system worth implementing?

Is the Open Ship Registry system worth implementing?

13 May 2022

Ghana per its operations in the maritime industry has favoured the closed ship registry system since the post-independence era.
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THE RIPPLE EFFECT OF RUSSIAN-UKRANIAN CONFLICT ON GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN DIMENSIONS

THE RIPPLE EFFECT OF RUSSIAN-UKRANIAN CONFLICT ON GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN DIMENSIONS

10 March 2022

The Crimean occupation and the military activity in Eastern Ukraine are myopically perceived as the core basis of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict.
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BENCHMARK VALUE INDECISIONS: EXPECT MORE COMPANIES TO COLLAPSE – CIMAG

BENCHMARK VALUE INDECISIONS: EXPECT MORE COMPANIES TO COLLAPSE – CIMAG

19 January 2022

The Centre for International Maritime Affairs-Ghana (CIMAG) strongly believes that the closure of Wilmar Africa’s cooking oil production plant is just the tip of the iceberg as the government continue...
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CIMAG TO COLLABORATE WITH PORT JOURNALISTS ON MARITIME RESEARCH

CIMAG TO COLLABORATE WITH PORT JOURNALISTS ON MARITIME RESEARCH

8 October 2021

This came to light when members of the PJN met with the Centre as part of a series of stakeholder introductions by the newly created Network.
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CIMAG JOINS GHANA MARITIME AUTHORITY TO OBSERVE WORLD MARITIME DAY

CIMAG JOINS GHANA MARITIME AUTHORITY TO OBSERVE WORLD MARITIME DAY

1 October 2021

The Centre for International Maritime Affairs, Ghana (CIMAG), has joined the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the Ghana Maritime Authority to mark this year’s World Maritime Day.
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CONGRATULATIONS! MR. ALBERT D. FIATUI

CONGRATULATIONS! MR. ALBERT D. FIATUI

20 August 2021

Our Executive Director, Albert Fiatui, graduated from the Regional Maritime University with a Master’s in Ports and Shipping (Maritime) Administration. Congratulations, Albert
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DAY OF THE SEAFARER 2021

DAY OF THE SEAFARER 2021

25 June 2021

The Centre for International Maritime Affairs, Ghana (CIMAG), joins the International Maritime Organization (IMO), the United Nations (UN) and the Ghana Maritime Authority (GMA) to celebrate June 25,...
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BAN FOREIGNERS FROM PARTAKING IN CUSTOMS HOUSE BUSINESS - GOVERNMENT URGED

BAN FOREIGNERS FROM PARTAKING IN CUSTOMS HOUSE BUSINESS - GOVERNMENT URGED

2 June 2021

There is growing frustration over the influx of foreign nationals in Ghana taking part in Customs House Brokerage and as a result, industry players are calling for the law to...
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PROTECT OUR WATER RESOURCES

PROTECT OUR WATER RESOURCES

13 April 2021

The Centre for International Maritime Affairs Ghana (CIMAG) is advocating for the protection and conservation of the country’s water bodies from all form of pollutions such as illegal fishing and...
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PROTECT GHANA'S WATER RESOURCES FROM ALL FORMS OF POLLUTION – CIMAG TO GOVERNMENT

PROTECT GHANA'S WATER RESOURCES FROM ALL FORMS OF POLLUTION – CIMAG TO GOVERNMENT

8 April 2021

The Centre for International Maritime Affairs, Ghana (CIMAG) wants the government to protect and conserve the country’s water resources from all forms of pollution.
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CIMAG CALLS FOR CAUTION WHILES INVESTIGATIONS ARE CARRIED OUT ON THE WASHING ASHORE OF FISHES AND OTHER AQUATIC MAMMALS

CIMAG CALLS FOR CAUTION WHILES INVESTIGATIONS ARE CARRIED OUT ON THE WASHING ASHORE OF FISHES AND OTHER AQUATIC MAMMALS

6 April 2021

The Centre for International Maritime Affairs, Ghana (CIMAG) have followed disturbing news reports about the discovery of dead fishes and other aquatic mammals at Osu Beach in Accra and Axim-Bewire...
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CIMAG CONGRATULATES EUGENE NAGBE ON HIS APPOINTMENT AS COMMISIONER OF LiMA

CIMAG CONGRATULATES EUGENE NAGBE ON HIS APPOINTMENT AS COMMISIONER OF LiMA

24 December 2020

Congratulatory message on your appointment as the Commissioner of the Liberia Maritime Authority

 

On behalf of the Centre for International Maritime Affairs, Ghana (CIMAG), and the Management Team...
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CIMAG COMMENDS THE TWO LEADING POLITICAL PARTIES ON THEIR POLICY COMMITMENT TO THE MARITIME SECTOR

CIMAG COMMENDS THE TWO LEADING POLITICAL PARTIES ON THEIR POLICY COMMITMENT TO THE MARITIME SECTOR

10 September 2020

The Centre for International Maritime Affairs, Ghana (CIMAG) has taken note of the manifestoes launched on August 22, 2020, and September 7, 2020, by the incumbent New Patriotic Party (NPP)...
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CIMAG MAKES MAJOR APPOINTMENTS

CIMAG MAKES MAJOR APPOINTMENTS

29 July 2020

Centre for International Maritime Affairs’ Ghana (CIMAG), the leading policy think tank and research hub for the Maritime industry (International Trade), today made major appointments to its board and...
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MARITIME BULLETIN WITH ALBERT FIATUI AND BISMARK AMEYAW: PROPOSED MEASURES TO INCREASE REVENUES GENERATED FROM IMPORT DUTIES

MARITIME BULLETIN WITH ALBERT FIATUI AND BISMARK AMEYAW: PROPOSED MEASURES TO INCREASE REVENUES GENERATED FROM IMPORT DUTIES

29 July 2020

The coronavirus (COVID-19) has presented enormous challenges to the developed, emerging, and developing economies.
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WHY THE OIL SECTOR IS LOSING BILLIONS IN REVENUE DURING THE COVID-19 ERA

WHY THE OIL SECTOR IS LOSING BILLIONS IN REVENUE DURING THE COVID-19 ERA

23 July 2020

The discovery of oil has often not only triggered jubilation rather but also igniting optimism for economic development in developing countries.
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