Maltese investors to explore business opportunities in Ghana
25 major Maltese companies are expected in Ghana this week to explore business opportunities.
They will dig deep into the incentives and infrastructure available to support their investment.
The delegation will also engage with officials in their respective sectors and get introduced to the potential local partners in the country.
The Chairperson for TradeMalta, Elizabeth Barbaro Sant, who disclosed this in her speech at the 3rd Malta-Ghana Business Forum today (January 17) in Accra said “as a nation that is boldly upholding its aspirations of economic development and political stability, Ghana has been central to Malta’s roadmap for Africa.”
She said it was clear that there were countless opportunities for collaboration and growth between both countries.
“With our shared goals and complementary strengths, we are confident that our nations can form a powerful partnership that will drive socio-economic growth for both of us.
“Together, we can fuel Ghana’s economic transformation and open new doors for Maltese businesses to invest in Ghana’s thriving ecosystem,” she said.