Entering into the the second decade of the 20th century we once again find ourselves putting countries up against one another and according to an article by the World Economic Forum in 2019, Ghana was predicted to be the fastest growing economy on the African continent.
The GDP growth of Ghana is largely associated to expanding crude production and operations. This (oil) has been deemed as the new ‘cocoa’ of Ghana. The previous administration of power is responsible for expanding its oil and gas sector with a huge investment into these industries. Ghana also exports gold, cocoa beans, Nuts etc to name but a few of the top ranking products. It’s main exports partners are Netherlands, Burkina Faso, South Africa and United Kingdom.
With much of the worlds sight on the African continent and developing countries, infrastructure investment has also come into play. GIC Ghana Infrastructure Company has been a part of this growth by offering reputable and reliable infrastructure development & management services.
GIC has seen the value of investing into Ghanaian society and has since also been committed to corporate social investment projects within the community. One of the notable CSI projects include financially equipping market traders to increase their business. GIC has been a part of Ghana’s growth and will continue to be at the forefront of the countries development as well as the development of other countries on the African continent.