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The Republic of Ghana
The Republic of Ghana is a country in the West Africa. In the North and North-West the country borders to Burkina Faso, in the West - to Cote d'Ivoire, in the East - to Togo. Ghana is bounded to the South by the waters of the Gulf of Guinea of the Atlantic Ocean.
The population of the country according to 2010 data is 24.3 million people. The average life expectancy is 59 years for men, 62 years for women.
Ghana has significant natural resources: deposits of gold, diamonds, bauxite, manganese, oil, natural gas, silver, as well as forest, fish and hydropower resources.
The main sector of the economy of Ghana is agriculture (56% of working population and 37% of GDP). The main export goods of the country are cocoa beans, rice, tapioca, peanuts, corn, bananas.
Ghana also has mining, timber and food processing industries (15% of working population, 25% of GDP). In 2010, oil production was initiated at the Gibeli field off the coast of Ghana, and between 2010-2014, 100,000 barrels of crude oil were extracted there.
The territory of Ghana is a plain, somewhere covered with residual mountains. The country is located in the subequatorial belt with a dry climate most of the year.
Presentation of Ghana free economic zones
List of Ghana companies, interested in cooperation with Russia
Presentation of the Ghana export potential
The Russian-Ghanian Business Forum took place at the World Trade Center Moscow organized as part of the visit of the trade mission delegation of the WTC Accra to Moscow. The Forum participants considered a wide range of issues related to the development of economic cooperation between two countries. The foreign partners made presentations of their companies and investment opportunities in Ghana.