A Tunisian Trade delegation made up of 30 companies will visit Ghana from January 14 to 17 to explore business opportunities in the country.
The delegation has expertise in the sectors of oil and gas, infrastructure and agribusiness, metal industry, renewable energies ICT and transport equipment Ghana News Agency reports.
The visit aims to explore a trade partnership with the Ghanian counterparts. A statement issued in Accra by the Tunisia Africa Business Council (TABC), organizers of the visit, said the delegation will have the opportunity to meet the government members and key decision-makers.
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, in charge of Economic Diplomacy Hatem Ferjani, who will lead the Tunisian delegation said ” our business members will have three B2B sessions and field trip in addition to institutional meetings throughout the three-day visit.
Additionally, a Ghana-Tunisia investment and trade economic forum will be held on January 15 in Accra as part of this visit, the same source added.