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Boris Johnson Urges UK Firms to Invest In Ghana

UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has revealed that the UK is seeking stronger ties with Ghana to enable firms invest in various sectors of the country.

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GIPC Commits to Attract GH¢5bn Annually in FDIs

Ghana should be able to rake in foreign investments to the tune of GH¢5 billion per annum, the Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC), Mr Yoofi Grant, has said.

“We are going to undertake a comprehensive rebranding because we want to rake in investments to the tune of GH¢5 billion and above in a year and not GH¢5 billion in four years. This we will do by making sure the bride called Ghana is looking beautiful, attractive and respective.”

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“Ghana Is Open for Business” – President Akufo-Addo Tells Investors

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has indicated to investors that Ghana is open for business, assuring of the creation of a conducive business environment which will ensure that businesses flourish, thereby creating prosperity for the Ghanaian people.

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Transport Minister Commits to Improve Transactions at the Ports

The Minister Designate for Transport, Kwaku Ofori Asiamah, has promised to minimise revenue leakages at the ports leveraging on a strong collaboration with the Ministry of Finance.

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Ghana’s Economic Development Will Hinge on Railways

Mr. Joe Ghartey, the Minister-designate for Railway Development, has observed that railway development was linked to economic development of a country and, therefore, the expansion of the railway sector would attract more investors into the country. 

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