South Korea strengthens its collaboration with Ghana

22 September 2010

In order to strengthen its co-operative relations with Ghana, South Korea is to open an office for its cooperation agency, the Korean International Cooperation Agency, on Ghanaian territory, reports the PANA press agency.

The announcement was made last Thursday by the vice-president of Ghana, John Mahama, after a meeting with representatives of the Samsung company, who had come to discuss a project to construct a port in the West of the country for the transport of oil and gas.

The vice-president of Samsung, Han Hyung Ha, also indicated that the Samsung group is willing to aid Ghana in the construction of housing and roads.

What is more, Ghanaian president John Evans Atta Mills, last Tuesday during a visit to China, called on Chinese enterprises to invest more in his country.

The Ghanaian minister for Trade and Industry, Hannah Tetteh, thus declared to the Xinhua agency that China could invest in the sectors of infrastructure and industry.

Categories: General, Transport, Energy

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