PORTUGUESE BUSINESS DELEGATION EXPRESSES INTEREST TO INVEST IN GHANA

ACCRA– Members of a business delegation from the Portuguese Association of Metal and Electro-mechanical Industries have expressed interest to invest in Ghana’s manufacturing and infrastructural sectors.

The association’s member companies have expertise in the metal and electro-mechanical sector and will be ready to strengthen institutional collaboration to explore investment opportunities, says Maria Luis Correia, the leader of the delegation, when the eight-member delegation called at the Ministry of Trade and Industry here Wednesday to discuss business opportunities between the two countries.

She said the delegation wanted to have a first-hand interaction with key companies in the manufacturing sector to strengthen relationships and chart the way forward as far as investments were concerned.

Correia said the association had expertise in the manufacturing, engineering, agriculture and other sectors and would provide assistance and support through technical services, and enhance the development and progress of activities in the companies.

The association was ready to promote and encourage vocational training and development of human resources in the metallurgical and electro-mechanical sector.

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK

PORTUGUESE BUSINESS DELEGATION EXPRESSES INTEREST TO INVEST IN GHANA

ACCRA– Members of a business delegation from the Portuguese Association of Metal and Electro-mechanical Industries have expressed interest to invest in Ghana’s manufacturing and infrastructural sectors.

The association’s member companies have expertise in the metal and electro-mechanical sector and will be ready to strengthen institutional collaboration to explore investment opportunities, says Maria Luis Correia, the leader of the delegation, when the eight-member delegation called at the Ministry of Trade and Industry here Wednesday to discuss business opportunities between the two countries.

She said the delegation wanted to have a first-hand interaction with key companies in the manufacturing sector to strengthen relationships and chart the way forward as far as investments were concerned.

Correia said the association had expertise in the manufacturing, engineering, agriculture and other sectors and would provide assistance and support through technical services, and enhance the development and progress of activities in the companies.

The association was ready to promote and encourage vocational training and development of human resources in the metallurgical and electro-mechanical sector.

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK