Mr Benjamin Gasamagera, Chairman, Rwanda Private Sector Federation has expressed the readiness of business people in Rwanda to invest in Ghana in efforts to boost trade relations between the two African countries.He said businessmen in Rwanda were also ready to learn from their counterparts in Ghana and to explore business opportunities for investment.Mr Gasamagera said this in Accra on Friday when a 32-man delegation from the Rwanda Private Sector Federation paid a courtesy call on the leadership of the Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI).
The Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry has opened a branch at Wa in the Upper West Region of Ghana. This is in fulfillment of the Chamber’s strategic decision to have branches in all ten regions of the country by 2015. The official inauguration was done by Hon. Abu Kasambata, Deputy Upper West Regional Minister.
Prices of Petroleum products are expected to go up between 6 and 19 percent from Thursday January 16.Petrol would go up by 6 per cent per liter, and would be selling at GH¢2.19.Diesel would go up by 7 per cent at the pumps and would be selling GH¢2.26.Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) and unified oil would witness almost 9 per cent jump in price per liter. However, Kerosene would record the highest increase of 19 per cent per liter.
Directors of the Department of Commerce at the United States of America Embassy have paid a courtesy call on the Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) to discuss matters of mutual benefit. It was also to identify possible ways of deepening the collaboration between Ghana and the United States of America through establishing business partnership, joint ventures and also to invest in the economy.
The 39th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry has taken place in Accra with a promise by Government to continuously create an improved business environment for Ghana.
Deputy Minister for Trade and Industry, Hon. Nii Lante Vanderpuye, .....