CMIA signs MoU with AGI to strengthen business trade relation between India and Ghana
New Delhi, Mar 31 (KNN) To strengthen bilateral relations and to explore and develop the business trade relations between India-Ghana, Chamber of Marathwada Industries and Agriculture (CMIA) has signed a MoU with Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) on March 28, 2018.
The aim is to explore the business opportunities of collaboration in areas like engineering, pharmaceutical, agriculture, food processing, jewellery making etc.
The cooperation areas indentified in MoU includes Exchange of trade and investment related information, exchange of publications and information of bilateral trade, foreign trade and investment policies, development of JV and Technology Transfer and investment, Trade enquiries, exchange of trade delegations.
Further, focus areas are to build linkages to develop innovation and technology support systems, to support each other for women empowerment in the respective regions, to Work jointly /collaborate for promoting ‘Start Ups’, ‘Skill Development Activities’ for students, faculty and workmen.
Also, attention will be given to identify potential industry clusters for creating ‘Common Facility Centers (CFC)’,take appropriate initiative for promoting ‘Industrial Health, Safety & Environment’ related issues and promote ‘Green’ manufacturing and identifying industry problems/pain areas and to find out proper solution involving Start Ups/Academic Institutions/Research & Development(R&D).
This delegation was lead by Dr.Yaw Adu Agyei Gyamfi, President, Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) accompanied by Stephen Djaba, Greater Accra Regional Secretary, AGI,Mr.Teddy Guh, Business Development Manager with 2 more members.
On expressing willingness to work in close relation to develop strong business-trade relations, Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) delegation President, Dr. Yaw Adu Agyei Gyamfi along with the other members invited CMIA delegation to Ghana for survey and take the subject forward.
Also, he expressed to establish Ghana-India business development centre, which would act as a facilitator to promote cooperation between both the organizations. (KNN/YV)