Japan External Trade Organization, dubbed as JETRO, has made a contract with the government for the establishment of its office in Ghana to promote Japanese businesses. The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed in a ceremony held in Yokohama.
At present, Ghana is serving as the largest hub for Japanese trades in West Africa. JETRO CEO, Mr. Nobuhiko Sasaki stated that the establishment of an office will further support Japanese businesses in Ghana. He further added that they will launch the office next year to drive Japanese firms to Ghana.
President Nana Akufo-Addo showed contentment and happiness after signing the project with JETRO. He said that we want to deepen our trade and economic ties with Japan. The Ghanaian government has struggled hard to improve the economy to attract investors. President Akufo-Addo also informed that macroeconomic indices in the country remained at a better position than 2 years ago. Now, opportunities to develop Japanese businesses are encouraging.
Akufo-Addo also praised JETRO for extending shea nut businesses in Northern Region. He also acknowledged JETRO’s support which empowered them to become a part of the trade fair in Japan.
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