Ghana and Malta on Thursday, July 27 2017, explored opportunities and partnerships in business and trade.
At the Ghana-Trade Malta Business Forum in Accra, a cooperation agreement was signed between the Ghana National Chamber of Commerce and the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Enterprise as well as the Association of Ghana Industries and their Maltese counterparts.
The agreements aimed at consolidating a bilateral cooperation and attract investments from both countries.
Addressing the forum, Ghana’s Vice-President Mahamudu Bawumia said Ghana was pursuing sound macroeconomic policies that would create a stable, predictable, and fluid business environment.
He further said Ghana was confident that Maltese investors would find the West African country a welcoming home and place to do business and especially as a base to invest in the rest of Africa.
Bawumia urged Ghanaian businesses to position themselves and take advantage of the Maltese government’s gesture to expand markets for their goods and services.