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Ghana looking at India as its industrial development partner
May 16, 2018

Ghana is looking at India as its partner for the industrial development in the African country and is expecting the bilateral-trade between the two countries to cross US $4 billion by this year, an envoy said here on Monday.
 
Bilateral trade between Indian and Ghana was between US $3-4 billion dollar in the past year and it is expected to cross US $4 billion this year, said Michael A.N.N. Oquaye Jnr., the High Commissioner of Ghana in India.
 
We are not just working with India but we are looking to partner India in terms of achieving out one-district-one-factory programme, he said on the sidelines of an interactive session organised at MCCI here.
 
The African country is also seeking more financial assistance from India so that companies from India get more support for participating in its one-district-one-factory programme, the envoy said.
 
China has put up a fund and people (Chinese companies) are tapping this fund to set up their base. Indian are coming in but at a smaller rate than the Chinese. We want India to come in a big way, the diplomat said.
 
According to industries, gold accounts for a majority of India's imports from Ghana.
    

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