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The first and largest of its kind India show in Ghana called Source India Ghana 2017 will hold a three days Trade Promotion Council of India at the Accra International Conference Center [AICC] on February 28 – March 3 for strong business delegation of about 50 companies from India to exhibit their products.

The exhibition is also intends to invite the similar set of representation, thus, leading Manufacturers, traders and exporters from business community in Ghana so that fruitful business outcome can be derived.

India has been supportive to Ghana’s development over the years through lines of credit and grants amounting to US$ 230 million.

Source India Ghana during a press conference in Accra assured their unflinching support to the leading trade organization in Ghana.

SIG is also expected that bilateral trade, investment and business relation will get strengthened which will have a positive impact on Ghana’s economy through joint venture initiative, technology transfer thereby leading to employment generation, output growth and achieve import competitiveness.

About Source India

Source India is ProTrade Inc’s proprietary global trade show cum BSM (Buyer Seller Meet) with a focus on cost effective promotion of Indian businesses and facilitate direct access to buyers in potential foreign markets. The objective of Source India is to create a global trade promotion platform for Indian business entities which can provide them easy access to growing markets across the world and lead to increase in their export growth.
Source: Peacefmonline.com

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