Welcome to the Ghanaian-German Economic Association
The Ghanaian-German Economic Association (GGEA) offers substantial information and assistance to its clients. With the main ambitions being trade promotion, networking and market-entry support; members as well as non-members have access to services offered by the GGEA, which is linked to countries and clients all over the world.
We provide up-to-date information on economic and commercial issues, and offer services such as the linking-up between potential business partners. All with the intention to enhance bilateral trade for new and existing businesses.
If you are interested in expanding into Ghana or finding a gateway to Germany, the GGEA is a qualified association, counting almost 100 members of Ghanaian and German businesses. We are your partner for the development and expansion of your projects.
21. 9. 2014
Finance Minister, Seth Terkper says the decision to turn to the International Monetary Fund is to save the cedi from further depreciation and also to advance the confidence of investors in the economy. Government over the weekend announced the decision to opt for an IMF bailout in order to save the ailing economy from sinking further.
19. 9. 2014
ECB to Redraft Bank-Secrecy Agreement After Legal Doubts Voiced
19. 9. 2014
Dr. Henry Kofi Wampah, Governor of the Bank of Ghana has noted that proceeds from the recent auctioning of the country’s third Eurobond, cocoa syndicated loan, as well as ongoing government-IMF talks, remain crucial to prospects for the economy’s well-being despite relative stability in the local currency over recent weeks.
12. 8. 2014
The growing economic challenges in Ghana have called for more proactive measures from organizations to mitigate their losses and survive in these turbulent times. Though most of the organizations have made efforts in designing plans that are intended to keep them in business and in competition, they mostly falter in its execution.