MOU with Ghana Chamber signed

4th August 2017

Deputy President underlines similarities between the two countries that can provide context for collaboration.

Speaking at a business forum during which a Memorandum of Understanding with the Ghana Chamber of Commerce & Industry was signed, Deputy President of the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry Perit David Xuereb said that great potential for a mutually beneficial relationship between Malta and Ghana existed.

He said that Malta had performed a true modern day economic miracle and was in the best position to propose collaborations in a number of sectors such as Logistics, IT, Health, ICT, Finance and Insurance as well as Science and Education.

Mr Xuereb said that Malta and Ghana are business hubs and business entry locations in their own right and geography which can help offer mutually advantageous cooperation.

“Malta is not interested in the economies of the past but is rather more interested in moulding the entrepreneurial potential of the future” the Deputy President said.

The Memorandum of Understanding has the aim to encourage and facilitate actions leading to the promotion and development of commercial exchanges and economic co-operation between interested companies from Malta and Ghana.

The agreement also seeks to continuously identify possibilities for the promotion and development of bilateral ties, commercial exchanges and economic cooperation.

The MOU was signed by Deputy President Perit David Xuereb on behalf of the Malta Chamber.

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