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Annual Investment Meeting 2017 slated for April


By: Fred Yaw Sarpong

Annual Investment Meeting (AIM), event which focuses on foreign direct investment (FDI) in developing countries such as Ghana will take place in Dubai World Trade Centre, United Arab Emirates (UAE) from April 2, 2017 to April 4, 2017.

The Ghana Investment Promotion Center (GIPC) is expected to lead investment delegation to the meeting in April.

According to the organizers of AIM 2017, the meeting is a leading global platform aimed at facilitating strategic networking and promoting investments while providing a rich learning experience.

It will bring together international investment community, corporate leaders, policy makers, experts, and practitioners from across the globe to discuss strategies on attracting FDI and to connect businesses and countries willing to engage in sustainable partnerships with investors.

The Daily Express learnt that this event is the 7th edition and it will be on the “International Investment, Path to Competitiveness & Development.”

The initiators said “it will discuss how to attract the right kind of international investment that contributes to the competitiveness of national economies. It will shed light on the special role of foreign firms in enhancing a country’s competitiveness which in turn help them attract more investment.”




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