Brazil ready to partner gov’t to deal with Ghana’s development needs

Veep and the team of Brazilian investors

Veep and the team of Brazilian investors

Some Brazilian investors have declared their readiness to partner government to solve many of the problems the country is facing, especially in the areas of Housing, Oil and Gas, Agriculture as well as Rural Electrification.

The investors made the declaration at the Flagstaff House on Thursday, when they were led by the Brazilian Ambassador to Ghana, Irene Vida Gala to meet Vice President Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur.

The Ambassador said the team of investors has the expertise and financial resources to help Ghana fast track its development.

She said the investors have a track record of efficiently helping their government back home to deal with developmental issues and challenged the Ghanaian government to send a delegation there to assess things for themselves.

Vice President Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur said government is willing to do work with the business community to achieve its aim of improving living conditions of the people.

Mr. Amissah-Arthur said Ghana remains one of the most conducive business environments on the continent, and urged them to take advantage of the peaceful environment and the numerous opportunities available and invest in the economy.