GIPC urges investors to be optimistic about Ghana’s economy

The Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Ghana Investment Promotion Centre, Yaw Amoateng Afriyie, has urged businesses and investors to have hope that Ghana’s economy will rebound.

He stated, government has initiated steps to ensure the current economic crisis is resolved.

According to him, the political environment and peace in the country should still attract the interest of investors to see Ghana as the destination for investment.

‘’Ghana has consistently been ranked as the safest place in the sub-region and the second most peaceful country in Africa. This means, in the midst of volatile region, Ghana is the beacon of hope for investors.’’

Speaking at the second edition of the Financial Economic Seminar, Mr. Afriyie indicated, the focus of GIPC post covid-19 and Russia-Ukraine war is to position the country to attract direct foreign investment to help restore the economy.

He stressed the need for investors to look at the vast opportunities in the country especially in the area of agriculture and the manufacturing sectors among others.

‘’We in GIPC view our current state of affairs with optimism and maintain that there is no better place to do business than here in Ghana because we see prospect for global and local businesses to benefit’’.

The second edition of the Financial Economic Seminar was put together to deliberate on impact of state policies on trade and industries.

It brought together experts from the banking sector, trade and industry as well as academia.

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