China to invest more in Ghana's infrastructure development

09:18, February 13, 2011      

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China would in the coming years inject more capital to support the infrastructure needs of Ghana, Chinese Ambassador to Ghana Gong Jianzhong has said.

Briefing the media here on Friday night to announce the visit to Ghana by Chen Deming, the Chinese Minister of Commerce, Ambassador Gong said that China is willing to join in the infrastructure development of Ghana.

"We are willing to join Ghana in improving its infrastructure base. We will be happy to give our contribution towards the infrastructure development of Ghana," he said.

The forthcoming two-day visit by the Chinese minister would afford the two countries to further cement, promote and syncretize the bilateral trade and economic corporation existing between them for more than five decades.

The ambassador said the Chinese Embassy in Ghana is committed to offering quality service to Ghanaians engaging in bilateral exchanges and cooperation in different fields.

Currently, China has supported the West African country in the construction of various roads, rails, school blocks, hospitals, among others.

He called on the Chinese firms in Ghana to raise investments and take corporate social responsibilities in local communities where they are operating.

Source: Xinhua
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