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A 34-member Rwandan delegation comprising government officials and relevant stakeholders in the private sector are in the country to explore bilateral opportunities in business, tourism and economic development.
Their arrival is in response to an earlier visit in March this year where a trade and media delegation from Ghana, undertook a tour in Rwanda to promote regional tourism and trade in anticipation of greater collaboration under the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA).
As part of the visit, the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre in partnership with the Ghana Export Promotion Authority, Ghana Tourism Authority and the Ghana Tourism Federation, has organized a Business Breakfast Meeting intended to escalate previous efforts in encouraging business to business (B2B) linkages and institutional collaboration between the two countries.
The meeting also presents a platform to the visiting delegation to explore investment opportunities within key sectors in the Ghanaian economy such as tourism, education, mining and financial technology.
Other highlights of the visit include a tour of historical and cultural sites in the Greater Accra, Ashanti and Central Regions. - MyjoyOnline.com