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.