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Male adult, footwear trader, wholesaler/retailer, Zongo Lane Street – close to UTC, 11.7.2016.
Male adult, footwear trader, wholesaler/retailer, Zongo Lane, 11.7.2016.
Female adult, bags and footwear trader, wholesaler/retailer, Zongo Lane, 12.7.2016.
Male adult, footwear trader, retailer, Zongo Lane, 8.7.2016.
Young female, footwear trader, petty trading, UTC, 5.7.2016.
Young female, bags and footwear trader, wholesaler/retailer, Zongo Lane, 12.7.2016.
Male adult, clothing and underwear trader, wholesaler/retailer, Okaishie, 13.7.2016.
Young female, footwear trader, petty trading, UTC, 11.7.2016.
Female adult, sewing materials, retailer, Chinahouse/Rawlings Park, 15.7.2016.
Male adult, electricals trader, wholesaler/retailer, Zongo Lane, 27.7.2016. Female adult, electricals trader, wholesaler/retailer, Rawlings Park, 13.7.2016. Representatives, GUTA, Accra-High Street, 18.7.2016.
Young female, footwear trader, retailing, Kantamanto, 11.7.2016.
Female adult, cleaning equipment trader, retailer, Kantamanto, 11.7.2016.
Official, Ministry of Trade and Industry, 15.7.2016.
Officials, GIPC, Accra-Ministries, 21.7.2016.
Afro-China Relations Expert, Director – Centre for Asian Studies, University of Ghana, Legon, 13.8.2016.