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Tuesday, 05 August 2014

Ghana, France to deepen trade ties

France plans to increase its trade in the country, which is currently about US$1.7billion, its Ambassador to Ghana has announced. France’s Ambassador to Ghana, Mr Frédéric Clavier, was speaking at the reception to celebrate the French National Day in Accra.

“This Chamber is going to raise the level and quality of our bilateral trade, which is around US$1.7billion today, and also the French investments in Ghana and the Ghanaian ones in France. So far, 60 French companies in the country are already committed in this way,” he said.

According to Mr Clavier, “The confidence in the political course, the power of the democracy, the quality of its elite and the confidence in the economic future of the country make it one of the engines of growth in Africa.”

The Chamber, he added, would encourage Ghanaian and French companies to prospect and set up businesses in Ghana and/or France, as well as fostering, supporting and representing the members’ business interests by lobbying and advocating toward national authorities of both countries.

The CCFG is an association of companies and professionals belonging to different sectors, established by the French government to foster and enhance bilateral trade, financial and investment relations, and exchanges between Ghana and France.

Source: ghanaweb.com

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