- Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has led a business delegation in India as part of efforts to attract foreign investors to Ghana
- The Vice President has revealed that Ghana's economy remains much attractive especially after the 11th Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)-Exim Bank Conclave on India Africa Project Partnership.
Vice president Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has led a business community delegation in India as part of measures to forming partnerships with international counterparts and attracting foreign investors to Ghana.
The move is to see a joint Ghana government and the Ghanaian business community attend the 11th Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)-Exim Bank Conclave on India Africa Project Partnership.
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Among the delegation are a Deputy Minister of Education, Mr Samuel Okudzeto-Ablakwa, a Deputy Minister of Water Resources, Works and Housing, Mr Samuel Adusei, and a Deputy Minister of Food and Agriculture, Dr Hannah Louisa Bissiw.
Meanwhile Vice-president, Mr Amissah-Arthur has expressed optimism over the meeting stated that a number of Indian investors had visited Ghana to explore investment opportunities.
“Our doors are open to the rest of the world for investments," he concluded.
The essence of the conclave has been to encourage Indian exporters to assess the African countries and increase their presence in the region.