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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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GIPC’s Investment Missions to India and Malta

The Centre recently embarked on an Investment Promotion Mission to India and Malta on occasion of the CII- EXIM Bank Conclave on India Africa Project Partnership in India and the State Visit of H.E The President to Malta.  

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Ghanaian Economy to Grow by 7.6% This Year – World Bank

The World Bank has projected Ghana’s economy to grow by 7.6% this year, which is slightly higher than government’s own 7.2% growth projection contained in the 2019 budget. This was revealed at a media interaction between the World Bank and journalists across the continent on the bank’s biannual report on the growth of Africa’s economies, dubbed Africa’s Pulse.

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GIPC Wins Best Investment Promotion Agency In West And Central Africa For The Fourth Time.

The Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) has yet again been adjudged the 2018 Best Investment Promotion Agency in West and Central Africa. 

This award makes it four (4) for the Centre as it had earlier grabbed the same award for 2015, 2016, and 2017. The Centre was also given the Loyalty Award for being consistent in its investment promotion drive in the sub-region. 

Both awards were given at this year’s Annual Investment Meeting (AIM) 2019 Investment Awards Gala Dinner, held on 8th April 2019 at Fort Island, Madinat Jumeirah in Dubai.

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Ghana Mission Yields Deals and Investment Opportunities

DURBAN - The South African business people who participated in the recent Outward Trade and Investment Mission to Ghana say they are confident the leads they generated there will develop into concrete deals that will see them exporting their products to Ghana or investing in the country.

The group of about 30 business people arrived back in South Africa on Sunday after four days in Accra attending seminars, engaging with Ghanaian business people in business-to-business meetings and conducting site visits in search of trade and investment opportunities.

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