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Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Italy To Invest In Ghana’s Agriculture, Energy Sectors

The Prime Minister of Italy, Mr. Matteo Renzi, has expressed his country’s readiness to invest in the agriculture and energy sectors of the Ghanaian economy to create jobs for the youth. He said Italian investors were ready to assist the government to build a strong economy and create jobs for the youth to reduce mass migration. Mr. Renzi was addressing Parliament yesterday, as part of his official two-day visit to the country. He noted that the Italian government respected human rights and dignity and would continue to save illegal migrants from West Africa, from the dangers associated with migration but urged the governments to create jobs for the youth to stay at home and work. (…)According to him, the Italian people were ready to do agribusiness in Ghana and invest in the energy sector. “One of the most defining elements of Italian-Ghanaian economic partnership is the ENI project to supply gas for domestic market,” he said and described the project as “a game changer for power generation in Ghana from now to 2036”. Mr. Renzi urged the government to ensure a stable economic and political environment in order to attract investors from his country.

Source: The Ghanaian Times