The 3rd edition of the China Trade Week has opened with China renewing its resolve to deepen trade ties with Ghana.
Opening the event, Minister for Business Development, Dr Ibrahim Mohammed Awal urged the Chinese business community to partner Ghanaian businesses to make Ghana a manufacturing hub in West Africa.
“As we embark on an industrialization drive, now is the time for you, our partners from China, to bring onboard your expertise so we could together achieve this Ghana Beyond Aid agenda,” he stated.
“Government has set aside GH¢50 million cedis for the training of 12,000 young entrepreneurs ahead of the full implementation of the Continental Free Trade Agreement.”
Chinese ambassador to Ghana, Shi Ting Wang said China has resolved to help Ghana become an export-led economy. According to him, China Trade Week will be the best way to deepen bilateral relations between both countries. via @myjoyonline.com