Ken Ofori-Atta on Friday told Japanese businesses that the current stable macro and political environment is an opportune time for them to launch into the West African region using Ghana as the hub.
Ken Ofori-Atta, Ghana’s Finance Minister has observed that prospects for Ghana issuing a possible Samurai bond in the medium term looked good, judging from the interaction and reception accorded the Delegation on the Non-deal investor road show to Tokyo.
Ghanaian Delegation call for Paradigm Shift in Ghana/Japan Bilateral Cooperation to reflect Ghana Beyond Aid Vision
Ghana and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) have agreed to review bilateral cooperation in various sectors to support the attainment of the Ghana Beyond Aid Vision.
Ghana and Japan have agreed to work towards strengthening economic and social partnerships between the two countries. The commitment was mutually expressed by Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta of Ghana and Deputy Prime Minister, Taro Aso of Japan in Tokyo.
The 2018 - 2021 Medium Term Debt Management Strategy (MTDS) is the second to be published since the implementation of the Public Financial Management Law in 2017.
Government’s resolve to make Ghana the Financial Hub in the sub-region and to diversify the sources of funds for Ghanaian bonds will receive a further boost with a delegation led by the Finance Minister to Japan on the second leg of the Non-Deal Investor Roadshow to Japan.