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GIPC Optimistic Meeting $10M Target

Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) Yofi Grant has expressed optimism his firm will achieve its target of $10 billion of investment within the next two years.

In an interview with Natalie Fort during the World Meets in Ghana Investors Forum marked as part of Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II 20th anniversary in Kumasi, Mr. Grant noted that GIPC is looking at an array of projects which are expected to help it draw nearer to its target.

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Uphold Peaceful Environment to attract Foreign Investors - GIPC Boss

Mr. Yofi Grant, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC), has entreated Ghanaians, irrespective of one’s political sentiments or religious background, to uphold the peaceful environment we are enjoying as a country to enable us to attract foreign investors.

He stated that one of the major attractions of foreign investors to Ghana is the peaceful environment in the country and security, adding that despite occasional security issues, the country is relatively peaceful.

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UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt to Visit Ghana

The United Kingdom's (UK) Foreign Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, will visit Ghana from, Monday April 29, for a two-day official duty aimed at boosting trade and bilateral relations towards Ghana's drive to self-development.

In furtherance of this, he would be joined by the Africa Deputy Trade Commissioner, Martin Kent and a business delegation from the UK, made up of representatives from BP, Ordnance Survey, London Stock Exchange, Aqua Africa, Bechtel, BHM Construction, Biwater, CDC, OSTC, and Plexus Cotton.

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Zonda Tec Commissions New Dobro-Nsawam Branch

Heavy-duty vehicle trading company, Zonda Technology Ghana Limited, has opened a new branch in Dobro-Nsawam. The move is expected to make the company’s services available to key market players in Drobo-Nsawam and its environs. The new facility includes a service centre and a trucks-assembling unit.

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Economic Counsellors’ Dialogue 2019

As part of efforts to create a platform for members of the diplomatic corps to dialogue on improving the investment climate in Ghana, the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre organized the 6th edition of its Economic Counsellors Dialogue on 5th April 2019. This year’s dialogue was held under the theme “Improving the Ease of Doing Business in Ghana: Immigration Laws, Technology Transfer Agreements and Double Taxation Agreements”.

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