German Cooperation, Trade Ministry collaborate to develop Industrial parks and automotive sector – Citi Business News
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German Cooperation, Trade Ministry collaborate to develop Industrial parks and automotive sector – Citi Business News


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Ghana's Automotive Sector is set to witness a major transformation after receiving a grant of over 540,000 Euros from the German Cooperation.

Speaking at the presentation of two vehicles by the German Cooperation to the Ministry of Trade and Industry, Minister of Trade and Industry, Alan Kyerematen noted that through the grant agreement, a structure in the form of an automotive desk in the ministry is being supported as it will enable a better support for investors and other stakeholders.

Mr Christoph Retzlaff, the German Ambassador to Ghana, said the German Cooperation was committed to supporting Ghana's 10-point Industrial Transformation Agenda, through which local assembling of vehicles was expected to create at least 800 direct and 9,600 indirect jobs.


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