Ghana offers one of Africa’s most attractive destinations for investment – GIPC

July 17, 2023 / Comments (0)

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The Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) has said that Ghana is one of the most attractive investment destinations in Africa.

The center indicated that the political stability and the abundance of natural resources make the West African country the right place to invest.

“From political stability to abundant resources & global access, Ghana offers one of Africa’s most attractive destinations for investment.

“Indeed, Ghana is a land of opportunity, full of optimism & open for business,” the GIPC tweeted.

Earlier, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo indicated that there was a new Ghana that was emerging with a sense of urgency and purpose.

“We have set our sights on becoming self-reliant and moving beyond aid, and we need you our investors as partners on this journey,” he said.

He indicated that Africa is a promising continent for trade and investment, and Ghana is leading the way. With the African Continental Free Trade Area in place, Ghana is poised to be the gateway to the African market.

“We have world-class industries in ICT, manufacturing, mining, energy, agriculture, and financial services, and our aggressive industrialization drive is creating a business-friendly environment for entrepreneurs to thrive,” the President stated.

Ghana’s strategic location as the “Centre of the World” makes it a prime location for firms looking for quick access to the African market and beyond. Our policies are well-coordinated to ensure that entrepreneurs, both local and foreign, benefit from rewarding returns.

He said “We were once leaders of sub-Saharan Africa’s political liberation, and now we are leading the economic transformation. Ghana is the beacon of the continent’s burgeoning economies, and there is no better time to invest in our limitless opportunities.

“I invite you to explore and invest in Ghana, where you will be part of a nation on the rise, and an integral player in shaping Africa’s future.”


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