Tex Styles Ghana urges public to support implementation of tax stamps

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Tex Styles Ghana (TSG), which produces GTP and Woodin brands of fabrics and distributes products of the Dutch group Vlisco in Ghana, recently urged the public to support implementation of tax stamps—be implemented in March 2023—to help curb piracy of authentic fabrics. The stamps would have colours indicating if the textile was produced in the country or imported.

Customers should also look at the batch number on the fabric that should match with that on the salvage, a company official was quoted as saying by a Ghanian media report.

Tex Styles Ghana, which produces GTP and Woodin brands of fabrics and distributes products of the Dutch group Vlisco in Ghana, recently urged the public to support implementation of tax stamps—be implemented in March 2023—to help curb piracy of authentic fabrics. The stamps would have colours indicating if the textile was produced in the country or imported.

The company operates a social inclusive and sustainable business model. Seventy per cent of its workforce are women below 35 years ensuring empowerment of women within the community it operates in, another company official noted.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (DS)




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