The China Trade Week, an annual event which seeks to boost trade relations between Ghana and China yesterday opened in Accra.
The three-day event is being attended by hundreds of investors and expected to be attended by 6,000 visitors.
Alongside the business sessions, will be an exhibition covering various sectors including, manufacturing and construction, clothing and textiles, printing materials and packaging, service equipment, foods, home electrical and electronic products among others.
The Minister of Business Development, Dr Ibrahim Mohammed Awal, in an address, said the trade show would offer Ghanaian entrepreneurs the opportunity to engage with their Chinese counterparts through series of practical and highly informative seminars on the best practices of doing business with China.
“I think an exhibition of such nature will benefit us because we can learn and find the partnerships to help us manufacture for exports. We will eventually like the Chinese to come and manufacture here and also export to other countries, as we establish Ghana as a hub”, he said. via @ghanaiantimes.com