Ghana and France are looking to strengthen their business ties. The French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Ghana (CCFG) want to enhance bilateral trade between between the two countries.
“The chamber, which is made up of companies and professionals belonging to different sectors, provides a platform for business networking, as well as enhances financial and investment relations and exchanges between the two countries,” reports Ghana Web.
The chamber includes companies from the banking, insurance, energy, telecommunications, agri-business, automobile, logistics and service sectors.
The French Ambassador to Ghana, Frederic Clavier, said the push would raise even higher the bilateral trade estimated at $1.7 billion between the two countries.
Already, there were 60 French companies doing business in the country in the various sectors and was confident that the number would increase.
He also said that there was still the need for more Ghanaian investments in France and the creation of more ventures between Ghana and France.