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India-Ghana Bilateral Trade May Touch $5 bn

November 13, 2017

Ghana’s new Ambassador to India Mike Aaron Oquaye Jnr, who was speaking with the reporters last night, said that bilateral trade relations between India and Ghana are “growing exponentially”. He said that Ghana intends to increase the bilateral trade with India from $3 billion to $5 billion within the next 3 years.

A powerful delegation from Ghana that consisted of the Speaker of Parliament of Ghana Aaron Mike Oquaye along with delegates from the President’s office, One District One Factory, Ghana Commercial Bank, Exim Bank of Ghana, had come to Mumbai to seek business opportunities.

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