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GIPC Hosts Global Leaders at 1st Investment Summit

The Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) is to host top executives from some of the world’s largest investment firms and multinational corporations at the Ghana Investment Summit 2017.

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India Business Community Laud Ghana for Conducive Business Environment

The Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has applauded Ghana for creating a very attractive business environment for Indian businesses. It said the nation had lived up to its accolade as the gateway to Africa and West Africa in particular.

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Ghana to Enjoy Single Continental Market for Goods and Services

Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia on Tuesday said the trade and industrialisation programme of Government forms part of a Free Continental Trade Agreement agenda with the objective of creating a single market for goods and services.

He said Ghana would soon enjoy the privileges under the Trade Agreement that would ensure free movement of business persons to enhance investment.

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63 Companies Lined Up For India- Ghana Business Forum

Ghana and India are expected to explore investment opportunities in the areas of infrastructure and construction, healthcare and pharmaceuticals, as well as agriculture in an upcoming two-day Exhibition with about sixty-three (63) companies expected in the country.

The India-West Africa Exhibition and Business forum, dubbed, ‘Namaskar Africa 2017’ is a regional flagship business initiative being organized by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI).

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Ambitious Industrial Agenda Doable – Alan K.

The Minister of Trade and Industry, Alan K. Kyerematen, has said government’s ambitious industrialisation agenda, though seen by many as being overambitious, is very doable, and that it will be done.

Speaking at the National Policy Summit (NPS) held in Accra themed: ‘Industrial Transformation of Ghana’, Mr. Kyerematen said the kind of challenges the country faces require an ambitious approach to address them, hence, government’s ambitious policies.

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