The UK International Development Minister Baroness Sugg visited Ghana to strengthen trade and investment ties ahead of the UK-Africa Investment Summit in 2020. During her visit, Baroness Sugg launched a new partnership between the London Stock Exchange and the Ghana Stock Exchange.
This partenership will see the UK share its world-class City of London expertise to help Ghana become a regional hub for financial services.
Baroness Sugg championed the use of UK aid to help businesses in Ghana in a range of sectors. This includes helping garment companies scale up their exports globally and supporting agri-businesses become more productive, competitive and attractive for investors.
”Ghana is set to be one of the world’s fastest-growing economies this year and our flourishing partnership is helping to create jobs, improve access to basic services and boost economic growth, all of which are vital to ending poverty.
Building strong African markets will help attract quality investment from around the world and encourage more trade in the future. The UK-Africa Investment Summit in London next year will help further unlock the potential of African nations.”
Let’s recall that the UK will host the UK-Africa Investment Summit in London on 20 January 2020. The Summit will bring together businesses, governments and international institutions and will be a key milestone towards achieving the UK’s objective of becoming the largest G7 investor in Africa.
With UK government