List Of Traditional Exports In Ghana

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Exports’ refer to the value of goods and services produced by a country’s firms in a given period of time and which are sold abroad. Traditionally, exports referred to the sale of tangible goods, including fuels, other commodities, parts and components, and finished goods.

List Of Traditional Exports In Ghana

Ghana’s top 5 exported products are gold, crude oil, cocoa beans, cocoa paste, then cashew nuts, and coconuts. Collectively, those key product categories represent almost four-fifths (79.1%) of Ghana’s revenues from exporting goods during 2020.

What food does Ghana import?

RICE. Rice is cultivated in all the agricultural regions of Ghana.

WHEAT. Wheat consumption has been stable for several years due to the high cost of hard wheat, which is the preference of the Ghanaian consumer.


Does Ghana import more than export?

Ghana All Products Exports and Imports

The trade growth is -1.42% compared to a world growth of -1.13%.

Ghana’s exports of goods and services as a percentage of GDP is 35.98% and imports of goods and services as a percentage of GDP is 35.40%.

What are non-traditional exports in Ghana?

Non-traditional exports are agricultural, processed and semi-processed, and handicraft products.

In Ghana, fish is one of these, and then mostly tuna, shrimps, lobsters, and prawns (Addo and Marshal 2000).

What are non-traditional products?

Ghana now exports yams, cassava, gari, bananas, plantain, pineapples, citrus, coffee, wheat bran, cocoa shell, waste cocoa beans, shea nuts, textiles, ceramics, handicrafts, and charcoal under the Non-Traditional Export (NTE) drive that started in 1994.

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