Third seaport for Ghana in Keta


State-owned Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA) has announced that Phase 1 of the planned new port of Keta will cost US$600M to develop and has called for private-sector partners to help build it. Feasibility studies have been completed and a social and environmental impact assessment will be undertaken early next year.

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