The World Trade Centre (WTC) Accra, is organising a trade and investment mission to China for 20 participants to explore business opportunities for the mutual benefits of the two countries.
The 12-day trip, from September 19 to October 1, would take the officials to tour four cities in China: Beijing, Shanghai, Shizen and Guangzhou.
Officials from the National Investment Bank and Ghana Commercial Bank are among participants on the trip.
At a pre-departure briefing in Accra, Mr Emmanuel Doni-Kwame, Managing Director, WTC Accra, said the trip is designed to enable the participants to seek new business opportunities, make connections with Chinese partners and thereafter increase business, form new partnerships and explore global markets.
He said it is also aimed at building a general culture of business and learn from experience to start Ghana’s industrial revolution.
Mr Doni-Kwame said the engagement is expected to strengthen the collaboration between the two countries and foster business opportunities for trade investment.
He urged the companies to make strong presentations of their various businesses during the visit to attract investors into the country.
The Ghanaian officials would participate in breakout business sessions and hold one-on-one meetings.
Mr Bright Awuye of the Research Department of WTC, urged the participants to have a deep understanding of the Chinese business and cultural climate to be able to conduct a successful engagement with partners.
Since its establishment the Centre had organised successful trade missions to Brazil, the United States, Italy and Canada among others to enable Ghanaian companies to exhibit their products for business opportunities and investments.
Source: GNA | Ghana