Ghana Ministry of Tourism Pushes for Car Rental Industry Grading System

SpyGhana.com reported April 19 the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts in Ghana is pushing for a grading system for the car rental industry in order to raise standards and promote tourism.

Director Kwabena Asante-Donkor said having a grading system would encourage companies to achieve a high score by providing great customer service.

Additionally, it will serve as a reference point for customers in need of rental services.

View the full article from SpyGhana.com by clicking on the URL:

http://www.spyghana.com/grading-system-must-be-assigned-to-car-rental-industry/

 

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