French investors from various sectors will visit Ghana on May 22 to explore investment and business opportunities, a statement from the French Embassy in Accra has announced.
It described the delegation as high-level managers from 30 companies in the infrastructural, banking, technology, telecommunications, oil and construction industries and public works.
French Ambassador to Ghana, Frederic Clavier said the “delegation will discuss development opportunities in Ghana”.
The West African country is enjoying political stability and stable macroeconomic indicators, which had attracted significant foreign direct investment.
Clavier indicated that France was prepared to deepen bilateral relations with Ghana by opening new tracks, where both countries can co-operate for political, social and economic developments.
He said Ghana continued to be the trail blazer and a beacon of hope in all aspects of democratic governance, which has eluded many African nations.
Clavier said Ghana’s democratic nature enabled countries such as France to easily invest in t.
In a related development, a six-member Turkish business delegation is presently in Ghana also to discuss opportunities that exist in the construction, fertilizer and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipe industry for investment.
Ghana’s Trade and Industry Minister, Haruna Iddrisu assured them of government’s commitment to providing an enabling environment for foreign investors and for public-private partnerships to thrive.