The Indian High Commissioner to Ghana, Sugandh Rajaram, has urged Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) to be more innovative and creative to help in attracting both foreign and local investors.
He said once the coronavirus pandemic is stabilised, he will ensure that Indian investors begin to form partnerships and collaborations with the SMEs sector to open up market operations and expand job opportunities to further deepen the bilateral relations between Ghana and India.
The Indian High Commissioner was briefing the media on Monday as part of activities to conclude a five-day official tour of the Eastern Region. He indicated that the region has lots of business potential, and called for standardisation of the sector to attract investors.
Mr Rajaram said Indian businesses are ready to invest in local enterprises to improve the local economy because Ghana has ensured political and economic stability in West Africa and beyond.
The outgoing Eastern Regional Minister, Eric Kwakye Darfour, expressed hope that the friendly bilateral relationship between Ghana and India would continue, looking at how both countries have always stood for each other since time immemorial.