250 BUSINESS FROM GHANA INVITED TO PARTICIPATE IN CANTON FAIR

ACCRA– At least 250 Ghanaian businesses will have the opportunity to attend and showcase their products and expertise in the Canton Fair this year.

The Fair, the 124th in the series, will be held from Oct 15 to Nov 4 in the commercial hub of Guangzhou in souther Guangdong Province. The Canton Fair is a trade fair held in the spring and autumn seasons each year since the spring of 1957 in Canton (Guangzhou).

It is the oldest, largest, and the most representative trade fair in China for export trade and import business.

Various types of business activities such as economic and technical co-operation and exchange, commodity inspection, insurance, transportation, advertising, and trade consultation are commonly carried out at the fair.

The Economic and Commercial Section of the Chinese Embassy in Ghana, in conjunction with the World Trade Centre Accra and the Ghana Union Traders Association (GUTA) are working to ensure that at least 250 Ghanaian businesses make it to the fair this year.

At a promotional launch of the fair at the World Trade Centre here on Tuesday, Dr Joseph Obeng, the President of GUTA, said the invitation of indigenous Ghanaian businesses to take part in the fair was an opportunity to begin to even out the trade imbalance between Ghana and China now tilted in favour of China.

He urged Ghanaian businesses to take advantage of the opportunity to showcase the potentials of Ghana to the rest of the world.

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK

250 BUSINESS FROM GHANA INVITED TO PARTICIPATE IN CANTON FAIR

ACCRA– At least 250 Ghanaian businesses will have the opportunity to attend and showcase their products and expertise in the Canton Fair this year.

The Fair, the 124th in the series, will be held from Oct 15 to Nov 4 in the commercial hub of Guangzhou in souther Guangdong Province. The Canton Fair is a trade fair held in the spring and autumn seasons each year since the spring of 1957 in Canton (Guangzhou).

It is the oldest, largest, and the most representative trade fair in China for export trade and import business.

Various types of business activities such as economic and technical co-operation and exchange, commodity inspection, insurance, transportation, advertising, and trade consultation are commonly carried out at the fair.

The Economic and Commercial Section of the Chinese Embassy in Ghana, in conjunction with the World Trade Centre Accra and the Ghana Union Traders Association (GUTA) are working to ensure that at least 250 Ghanaian businesses make it to the fair this year.

At a promotional launch of the fair at the World Trade Centre here on Tuesday, Dr Joseph Obeng, the President of GUTA, said the invitation of indigenous Ghanaian businesses to take part in the fair was an opportunity to begin to even out the trade imbalance between Ghana and China now tilted in favour of China.

He urged Ghanaian businesses to take advantage of the opportunity to showcase the potentials of Ghana to the rest of the world.

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK