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Government Targets Disapora Funds To Help Raise FDIs

The government wants to create a more conducive environment that will encourage Ghanaians living abroad to invest in the economy.

It is doing this by stabilising the currency, reducing the cost of electricity and strengthening the macroeconomic fundamentals.

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Kenya Trade Expo in Ghana to Boost Intra-African Trade

Kenyan businessmen will have opportunity to explore investment and trade opportunities in West Africa following a trade expo to be held in Ghana in November.

The trade expo targeting established and emerging businessmen is aimed at enhancing trade relations between Kenya and Ghana following seven key trade agreements signed between the two countries in December 2014.

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GIPC Courts Investors From USA

The Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) in collaboration with the American Chamber of Commerce -Ghana (AmCham Ghana) and the Ghana Embassy in Washington DC, embarked a on a ten-day investment promotion mission to the United States of America from June 11-20.

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Ghana Is Still a Success Story for Africa - German Ambassador

The German Ambassador, Mr Christoph Retzlaff says Ghana’ democratic credentials and stable economic growth continued to make it a success story in Africa, and attractive to many foreign partnerships.

“It’s a kind of a model case for many African countries and we see a lot of potential in Ghana, and we think the idea of the G20 Compact with Africa in fostering private business is just matching the priorities of the new government here”, he noted in an interview with the GNA in Accra.

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Vice President to Visit China to Strengthen Bilateral Cooperation

Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia will pay an official visit to China from Tuesday, June 20 to Sunday, June 25 at the invitation of Li Yuanchao, the Vice President of the People's Republic of China, as part efforts to boost bilateral relations.

Dr Bawumia would meet Chinese leaders and leaders of the Communist Party of China (CPC) to exchange views on bilateral relations and discuss regional and international issues of common interest.

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