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UK's Trade Envoy Visits Ghana Ahead of UK-Ghana Investment Summit

The UK Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to Ghana has visited Ghana to promote UK-Ghana bilateral trade relations with a focus on the forthcoming UK-Ghana Investment Summit. Adam Afriyie MP was in Ghana to highlight the world-class offer from UK companies that can partner with Ghana to help realize the President’s vision of moving ‘Beyond Aid’. 

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What Investors Look for Before Putting Money into a Startup

In the just – ended GIPC Young Entrepreneurs’ Forum 2018 held at the Labadi Beach Hotel that sought to create a platform to motivate young entrepreneurs and provide avenues to assist them strategically prepare their businesses for funding and partnership the resource person at the master class outlined a number things that investors look for before putting money into a start up business.

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The Performance, Challenges and Responsibilities in attracting Foreign Direct Investments in Africa

It is well-established that investment – whether national or foreign direct investment (FDI) -- is critical for promoting economic growth and sustainable and inclusive development. Specifically, any investment, including national, intra-regional, and extra-regional foreign investment, expands the productive capacity of any economy and drives job creation and income growth.

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GIPC To Market Ghana In Singapore- Yofi Grant

The Ghana Investment Promotion (GIPC) is expected to lead a 50-member trade delegation from Ghana to this year’s Africa Singapore Business Forum (ASBF) billed to come off from 28-29 August, this year in Singapore.

The Africa Singapore Business Forum (ASBF) is the premier platform for business exchange and fostering trade between Africa and Asia.

Organised by Enterprise Singapore, the forum has brought together over 2,000 business and government leaders from 30 countries to explore partnerships and growth opportunities between Asia and Africa.

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Global Business Community Eager to Engage Ghana-President

Ghana’s modest economic transformation over the past 20 months has generated the keen interest of the global business community to do business in the country, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has said.

Delivering an address at the US-Africa Business Centre, where he received the 2018 Outstanding Leader’s Award, he said the modest successes his government had chalked in transforming Ghana’s economy, was being recognised by the multi-national companies, that were now eager to engage with Ghana.

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