On Thursday February 15, at the Afro Arab Head Office in Nima – Accra, the Ghana Gulf Chamber of Commerce (GGCC) welcomed partners from Dubai (UAE) to explore innovative ways of improving trade in Ghana, specifically in the area of recycling plastic waste and other materials as pawpaw leaves, as well as other projects.

Guests of honour included PA Basher, and Umesh Dharman, both globally renowned names in the area of trade and packaging solutions, and who also spoke in the theme: “Improving Trade in Ghana. An Outsider’s View”. They also added as past of their mission, the intention of introducing new business avenues between Ghana and the UAE.

Hosted by Alhaji Abdul Salman Amadu, CEO of the Afro-Arab Microfinance Company Limited, the meeting was also attended by GGCC Executive Director Albert Ankrah, who also doubled as moderator for the evening, as well as board member Madam Juliana Ama Kplorfia.

A  “full purpose Business Chamber”, the Ghana Gulf Chamber of Commerce looks to develop “potent business opportunities between Ghana and the countries of the Gulf: UAE, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman and Bahrain.”

The chamber is headed by Albert Ankrah, and affiliated to Ghana’s Ministry of Trade and Industry, the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre, TMC (Dubai), as well as the Philippines Chamber of Commerce. It also engages in other events as conferences, exhibitions and training sessions to better foster business relations between the two territories.

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