Business News Wed, 7 Nov 2012

GCCI signs memorandum of understanding with Turkish Chamber

The Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) on Tuesday signed memorandum of understanding with Ankara Chamber of Industry (ASO) from Turkey.

The two chambers will create more development through the promotion and diversification of trade, economic cooperation, and exchange of information, commercial and cultural relations.

They will seek to work for their mutual interest in accordance with the laws and regulations of both countries.

Speaking at the signing ceremony in Accra, Mr. Seth Adjei Baah, GCCI President, stressed that the two chambers would work together to established business contacts.

He said for that purpose a joint committee would be established to ensure that both partners came together to encourage institutional partnership in research.

Mr. Nurettin Ozdebir, the President of the ASO, who signed on behalf of the Turkish Chamber, said the MOU might be subject to revision and extension based on written and mutual consent of both organizations.

He said: "ASO and GCCI shall encourage the exchange of trade delegations, experts and economic missions, facilitate one-to-one interaction between representatives of business and government and shall help make such visited successful."

The ceremony was witness by the representatives from the Ministry of Trade and Industry, Ghana Investment Promotion Centre and also Mr Aydin Nurhan, the Turkish Ambassador.
Source: GNA