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More local investors show interest in economy

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In spite of capital formation challenges, more home-grown investors are taking up investment opportunities in the economy, the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) has said. GIPC, the agency entrusted with making the country sellable, said lately it has seen a rise in the number of Ghanaians knocking at its door for opportunities. It said indigenous investors, just like foreign ones, ...

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Investor confidence still high – GIPC Boss

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Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Investments Promotion Centre (GIPC) Yofi Grant has made a strong case that Ghana remains the best and most-preferred investment destination, despite the country dropping two places in the latest World Bank’s ‘Ease of Doing Business’ report. According Mr. Grant, though the latest ranking has seen Ghana drop those two places to 120 from 118, ...

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GIPC targets local investment growth

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The Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) has outlined some key initiatives aimed at building capacity of local businesses and improve the investment regime in Ghana. The CEO of the GIPC, Mr Yoofi Grant believes the plan should enhance the competitiveness of local businesses and eventually turn around the economic fortunes of the country. The NPP government has since assumption of ...

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GIPC talks Mauritius into One-District, One-Factory

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The Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) is confident of attracting Mauritian investors to partake of government’s signature One District, One Factory project, after a recent trip by a Ghanaian delegation to the Indian Ocean country whet up investor appetite there. Currently, Mauritian companies have invested close to US$2billion in various sectors of the Ghanaian economy, and with the GIPC looking ...

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Prez Mahama once more defends MiDA, ECG partnership

President Mahama has stressed that private sector participation in Ghana’s power sector is inevitable if the sector is to perform satisfactorily. According to him, the long term benefits over reduced losses outweigh the immediate concerns militating against such move. The decision to allow the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) to take part in the management of Ghana’s power sector has been ...

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