Mr Lasro Simbolon, the Director for African Affairs of Indonesia, on Wednesday led a delegation of investors to pay a courtesy call on officials of the Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry to discuss cooperation between the two countries.
Mr Lasro Simbolon said the two countries could collaborate to enhance bilateral relations. ?Indonesia sees the potential in areas of economic growth in Africa, and we are committed to see that transition is carried out with Ghana,? he said. Mr Simbolon noted that the two countries had rich potentials to explore business opportunities to sustain economic cooperation. He said the Ghana?needed economic growth in areas of infrastructure, agriculture, technological development and capacity building and invited members of the Chamber to one of Indonesia?s biggest Expo being held between October 16th and October 20.
Mr Seth Adjei Baah, President of the Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said the two countries should in line with national development plans enhance economic cooperation for the welfare of their people. ?As you decide to invest in Ghana, be assured that your money is safe, our hands are opened and I believe we can do more by collaborating with each other,? he added.