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He said Ghana was vigorously pursuing infrastructural expansion and developing irrigation facilities to exploit opportunities in the sector to open more employment avenues and reduce poverty.
Mr Thomas Aquinas Tawiah Quansah, a Deputy Minister for Fisheries and Aquaculture Development, assured the Mauritius Veep of availability of vast arable land.
He said government was restructuring the economy from subsistence level to commercial as well as refocusing its attention on aqua culture due to ‘dwindling marine resources.’
He said Ghana consumes 800,000 metric tons of fish every year with average consumption per head hovering about 24 to 25 kilograms.
However, he said the sector was saddled with poor vessel monitoring system and lack of storage facilities for artisan fishing folks.
He said: ‘we produce a lot of sea food but most leave the shores unprocessedabout 30 per cent of fish from our artisanal fishermen go waste.’
Mauritian energy and manufacturing firm, Omnicane, is due to invest about US$250 million into sugar plantations in Ghana and create production capacity of 100,000 tons of refined sugar each year.
Mr Haruna Iddrisu, Minister of Trade and Industry, had welcomed the move saying Ghana, with a consistent growth rate of between 7 and 14 per cent, held prospects for massive investment.
He added: ‘I encourage businesses not to hesitate to invest in Ghana.’
In another development, the Mr Duval also paid a courtesy call on the First Deputy Speaker of parliament, Mr Ebo Barton-Oduro to discuss ways of forging relationship in democratic governance.
Mr Oduro explained Ghana’s parliamentary proceedings as well as the work of the appointment committee of parliament to Mr Duval, who expressed interest in introducing it in Mauritius.
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