AGI, The Association of Ghana Industries and Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate each other in creating enabling platforms that will attract foreign private investments for the promotional of the industry.
Also to wide-ranging growth to improve living conditions of both countries at the just-ended 11th CII-EXIM Bank Conclave held in New Delhi, India.
The MoU is also aimed at formalizing and deepening the level of mutual cooperation between the 2 Private Sector Associations, which will focus on creating common platform for reliable business owners and industry leaders to meet and promote joint venture ships and partnerships in the two countries.
It will also ensure transfer of human and technical skill development for wealth-creation and reduce unemployment, especially in the Ghanaian industrial sector.
Mr. James Asare-Adjei-President of the AGI said that AGI as the leading private sector advocacy group in the country and the CII have been working together on several fronts on creating the enabling platforms for networking.
The AGI President said, when you have investors coming to Ghana we make sure to bring really credible business owners and businesses to meet with them and also make joint-venture business arrangements.
He said, for some time we have done this and we think it is very suitable that today we formalize the cooperation level we have, so business relations between the two Institutions can be deepened.”
He added, The India-Ghana partnership at a private sector level will grow with the signing of the MoU, the continuous cooperation that has existed between the entities and also work in the interest of both countries.
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