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CMIA delegation visits Ghana to push trade cooperation

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New Delhi, July 10 (KNN) After signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI), a Chamber of Marathwada Industries and Agriculture (CMIA) delegation visited Ghana to explore  business opportunities and strengthen bilateral relations between the two sides.

The delegation was led by Ramchandra Bhogale aiming towards developing new business trade opportunities between India and Ghana.

During the 5-day visit, delegation members met many professionals from India settled in Ghana for many years including Maharashtra Mandal Office Bearers. 

India-Ghana Business forum meet that happened on July 3, 2018 in Accra, Ghana, saw a participation of more than 120 delegates including government officials of Ghana.

During the business forum meeting, the delegates from both India and Ghana deliberated on cooperation between two nations in terms of business and trade.

During the second part of the programme, sector wise B2B meetings happened with CMIA delegation .

The delegation also visited the Institute of Applied Science & Technology (University of Ghana) to explore various research projects with CMIA and to promote CMIA initiatives in Ghana through Advance Engineering.

During their visit, CMIA had a meeting with GIZ Ghana to share the initiatives of CMIA with GIZ and to understand initiatives of GIZ in Ghana where CMIA can help or associate.

GIZ shared various initiatives with Ghana Govt. and requested CMIA to participate and promote these initiatives.

The CMIA delegation also had a very good meeting with the officials of government of Ghana to understand ‘One District One Factory’ program of Ghana wherein CMIA Delegation shared a lot of policy intervention by the state government.

The Director of ‘One District One Factory’ program requested CMIA Delegation to share such policy with them to customize.

CMIA delegation visited Ghana free zones board to understand this program and invited them to Aurangabad to promote this program.

The sectors that were given focus on for building business ties included Agri-Automatio, Food Processing, Waste Management, Energy – Conservation and Renewable Energy Application, Component manufacturing for Auto Parts and Knowledge Transfer and Research in Technical Education.


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