Weah's Tariff Cut Ultimatum Backfires in Liberia

President George Weah's decision to give a 72-hour ultimatum to the Liberia Revenue Authority to ensure that tariffs on basic commodities are reduced, including the ECOWAS Common External Tariff, has been considered "unilateral" and without the involvement of the Legislature, reports Daily Observer.

  • Liberia:   Weah's Tariff Cut Ultimatum Backfires

    Observer, 29 May 2018

    Today, May 29, is the deadline for LRA Commissioner General Elfreda Stewart-Tamba to make a report in compliance with the 72-hour ultimatum issued by President Weah to reduce… Read more »

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