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Oxford Business Group Joins Forces with Africa Prosperity Network in Three-Year Collaboration

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Oxford Business Group Joins Forces with Africa Prosperity Network in Three-Year Collaboration

Oxford Business Group (OBG) and the Africa Prosperity Network (APN) are partnering to lead the APN effort, which aims to identify and resolve bottlenecks in manufacturing, value addition, and trade within the African continent.

This partnership demonstrates a commitment to shedding light on Africa’s economic landscape, particularly in Ghana, and coincides with the establishment of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) headquarters in Accra.

The three-year Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that OBG and APN have signed demonstrates a committed effort to make sure that important perspectives from all areas are included in the continuing dialogue on Africa’s prosperity.

The primary goal of this partnership is raising awareness among continental stakeholders, which includes heads of state and corporate leaders.

The main goal of this effort is to promote understanding on multiple fronts by providing a forum for connected conversations between heads of state and representatives of the corporate sector.

The collaborative efforts are aimed to promote economic integration and expediting the realisation of the world’s largest single market through the AfCFTA.

The APN Chairman, Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko, emphasised the value of the partnership in promoting economic integration and development in Africa, especially in light of the AfCFTA. In keeping with APN’s objective to investigate methods of accelerating African economic integration, he underlined how this collaboration with OBG will increase investor trust in Africa.

Ramona Tarta, OBG’s Country Director for Ghana, underlined the transformative economic landscape that Ghana is poised to experience as the host of the AfCFTA headquarters. The partnership with APN underscores OBG’s commitment to providing insightful analyses that serve as a foundation for global investors’ strategic decision-making.

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The forthcoming publication of “The Report: Ghana 2024,” which is a component of OBG’s wider research on the continent, will offer unique insights into Ghana’s economic trajectory. These insights will be focused on measures to improve intra-continental commerce, industrialization, and technology breakthroughs. The study will feature opinions and high-profile interviews from prominent people, showcasing Ghana’s economic agenda and enhancing trust in the nation’s investment potential.

“The Report: Ghana 2024” will be available in both digital and print formats, offering detailed analyses on Ghana’s economic integration efforts, intraregional cooperation, digital expansion, and opportunities arising from the AfCFTA. This publication is set to be an indispensable guide for investors, providing unparalleled insights to navigate Ghana’s economic prospects strategically.

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Source: Asaaseradio

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