Lord Marland looks back on his recent trip to Ghana in the Business & Financial Times
Commenting on the need to increase value addition for Ghana’s economic recovery, Lord Marland said: “The way out for Ghana is the way out for every country’s growth – investing in trade, and I am very encouraged with what I have seen. Processing produce here and not just exporting and then bringing imports back as refined products but involving in the whole process to create employment and prosperity is key”.
Lord Marland added, “I have interacted with a lot of stakeholders and I have realised the desire to start looking outward. I see a lot of opportunities. We are determined to help Ghana in every possible way to regain that prosperity and growth it expected before these terrible global events”.
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Value addition can accelerate economic recovery – CWEIC Chairman urges