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22-Oct-2013  
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Mr Seth Adjei Baah, President of Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry, on Monday noted that Ghana is currently one of the fastest growing economies in sub-Saharan Africa.

He said the country’s business environment is also conducive and supportive of foreign investments. Mr Adjei Baah, who was speaking at a day’s business forum of Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Turkey IZMIR Chamber of Commerce (ICC) in Accra, said Ghana is loaded with many trade and investment opportunities.

The forum served as a platform for Turkish businessmen to meet with their Ghanaian counterparts to discuss trade and investment opportunities.

It is also facilitated the establishment of an honorary consulate in Izmir to advance trade and development between the two countries.

The visiting Turkish entrepreneurs would hold business meetings with their Ghanaian counterparts in areas such as agriculture and agro-processing, banking and finance, construction and real estate development, tourism, telecommunications, information and communication technology, oil and gas extraction, mining and quarrying.

Mr Ekrem Demirtas, President of IZMIR Chamber of Commerce, who led the delegation, said the visit sought to promote a working environment that would enable the two countries work together to fulfil the common objectives of regional economic development and social advancement.

He said the ICC is ready to give scholarship to young Ghanaian business people to study in the University of Economics in Turkey.
 
 
Source: GNA
 
 

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