Africa Poised to Attract FDI
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Africa Poised to Attract FDI

Elisabeth Ofosu-Adjare, Ghana’s Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts says African leaders are poised and capable of addressing the challenges to continue to attract foreign direct investment, NewsNow reported. She said it was for this that they had developed the tourism sector on the continent. A statement issued by the ministry, said the minister was speaking as a panelist on the challenges in investing in Africa at the 7th edition of the Tourism Investment Forum for Africa, in Madrid, Spain. The forum is to deliberate on ways to promote the development of sustainable tourism in Africa within the framework of FITUR 2016. The INVESTOUR provided a platform for tourism leaders and stakeholders to encourage exchanges on investment and business opportunities in the Africa region. She said African leaders need to promote and strengthen national inter-ministerial, sub-regional and regional dialogues and exchanges on the subject matter.

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