Ghana and India boost bilateral ties in new agreement

Ghana and India boost bilateral ties in new agreement

President Mahama has signed three memorandums of understanding (MOUs) with Indian president, Pranab Mukherjee during discussions aimed at enhancing economic trade between both countries at the Flagstaff House in Accra.

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The MoUs included the waiver of visa for diplomatic and official passports, establishment of a joint commission to periodically monitor various aspects of multidimensional relationship, and helping in training of Ghanaian Foreign services.

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India is the largest foreign investor in Ghana today, with more than 700 investment projects. More than 222 of these projects are in the manufacturing sector. Bilateral trade between India and Ghana has increased to $1.2 billion from $538 million in 2010.

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