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Tuesday, 13 December 2016

German mission pledges to work to promote trade with Ghana

The German Ambassador to Ghana, Mr Christoph Retzlaff, says the mission in Ghana will contribute its quota to ensure the country stays on course for its economic stability. Coupled with that, he said the country also had to ensure a conducive environment to allow businesses to operate to increase exports from the country. Mr Retzlaff, who was speaking at the end-of-year dinner and coronation of officers of the Ghanaian-German Economic Association (GGEA) in Accra, said the bilateral trade between Ghana and German for last year was more than half a billion euros, placing Ghana as the fourth largest West African trading partner of Germany. The ambassador said the German mission in Ghana would work closely with the people of Ghana to increase the volumes. “I can assure you that promoting trade and investment among Germany and Ghana would be personally one of my priorities here. We have already started with a couple of initiatives, trying to bring together all stakeholders from the German and Ghanaian sides.” He stressed that Ghana and Africa were now high on the political agenda of the EU and Germany. “It is fair to say that there is remarkable interest, especially in Germany about Africa and the question is how Germany can contribute to make Ghana and Africa a success story.”

Source: Business Ghana

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