Areas of investment
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Agriculture and agribusiness

There are multiple investment opportunities in the field of agricultural product processing, such as cereals (corn, rice, millet) starchy crops (yam, cassava, sweet potato), eggplant, tomato, fruit (pineapple, papaya, banana, mango), crops industrial (rubber, sugar cane, cotton, palm oil, coconut) breeding (cattle, pigs, poultry, sheep) and fishing (tuna, tilapia, catfish, octopus, cuttlefish). The strong demand for technology and services in the agricultural sector offers significant investment opportunities and mainly concerns irrigation and the rental of heavy equipment (e.g. supply of machinery and services for irrigation, disinfestation, packaging, storage and distribution etc). Ghana is also the second largest cocoa producer in the world, but the country lacks processing plants that would make it possible to export a product with a higher added value. Even for the coffee, of robust quality, there is no processing plant on site. The same goes for sugar. The country is a producer of excellent quality tropical fruit, such as pinneaple, papaya, mangoes, but there is a lack of processing plants for the production of preserves, juices, dried fruit.


The construction sector, in particular for the residential and infrastructure sector, appears very promising. A study conducted by the Central Bank of Ghana has shown that about one and a half million residential homes for economic construction are needed in the country. From the point of view of infrastructure, the country needs to expand the road network and rehabilitate existing railway networks, build new power plants as well as transport networks for gas and oil. Expansion and renovation of the two ports of Tema and Takoradi as well. Connected to the construction sector is the production and installation of aluminum and PVC windows and furniture for furnishings.

Renewable energies

ENERGY, GAS, STEAM, RENEWABLES, TRANSFORMATION AND WASTE DISPOSAL: The amount of electricity currently produced is not sufficient for the country’s needs. Some thermal power plants are under construction and alongside these the Government intends to double the production of energy from renewable sources from 5 to 10% by 2020. Renewable sources can be photovoltaic, wind, hydroelectric, biomass and waste. Since September 2013, the Government has set a feed-in-tariff for Independent Power Producers.

Products of metallurgy

Connected to the expansion of the real estate market and street furniture is the sector of aluminum doors and windows which have a good resistance to the tropical climate and can fully replace wooden doors and windows which are very difficult to find due to the scarce availability of material. before. The aluminum windows are also used in continuous panel windows.


The seafood sector is rapidly emerging as one of the most important industries in Ghana. With a coastline of over 550 km and 8,520 km2 of lakes, Ghana provides great resources for fishing and aquaculture. Local fish companies often have an interest in operating in joint ventures with foreign partners to improve their operations, through modern vessels, advanced monitoring equipment for fishing, processing and packaging of the fish.

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