A Tunisian trade delegation of 30 companies will visit Ghana from January 14 to 17 to explore business opportunities in the country, Ghana news agency reported on Tuesday.
The delegation has expertise in the oil and gas industries, infrastructure, agribusiness, metal industry, renewable energy, ITC, transportation equipment and will explore trade partnerships with their Ghanaian counterparts.
A statement issued in Accra by the Tunisia Africa Business Council (TABC), organizers of the visit, said the delegation would have the opportunity to meet several members of Government and key decision-makers.
“Our business members will have three B2B sessions, as well as field trips and institutional meetings throughout the three-day visit,” said Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs in charge of economic diplomacy Hatem Ferjani, who will lead the Tunisian delegation.
The major event of the mission will be the Ghana-Tunisia Investment and Trade Economic Forum that will be held on January 15 in Accra.