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British High Commissioner to Ghana Jon Benjamin delivered a speech at the launch of the UK-Ghana Chamber of Commerce.

“Ghana and the UK have a long history of friendship and trade: our shared values make us natural partners in the global market place.

I know the challenges that business owners face and I believe that UK and Ghanian companies, working together, are well placed to face the challenges of trading in the 21st century – whether it’s Ghanaian agro-business exporting value-added products to the UK market or UK engineering firms helping to build the future power grid in Ghana.

As the UK Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to Ghana I am delighted to support the launch of the UK-Ghana Chamber of Commerce.

This new organisation will provide a big boost to our existing bilateral trade links and ensure that UK-Ghana trade continues to be successful, innovative, and dynamic”.

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