Dear Mirreco, Thank you so much for your innovative green buildings - which could tap into a potentially lucrative market across Africa.
Ghana's trade with China last year, for example, came to a total of U.S.$7.25 billion - making our country the seventh-largest trading partner of China in Africa.
As an aspirational people, we are keen to improve and modernise our country's infrastructure.
New infrastructure for the country's educational sector's institutions, readily come to mind in that regard - as an example of a potential area you could make a win-win contribution in.
There is a great need for new classroom blocks, dining facilities with modern kitchens, dormitories etc., etc., right across the country. Ditto clinics and hospitals in the health sector, amongst other sectors of our national economy.
The question is: If you were supported by the Australian government's foreign ministry, through the provision of market intelligence and in-country reports of the state of the nation, would you be willing to explore the Ghanaian market - by having conversations with the Australian High Commission in Accra, Ghana's capital city?
They could put you in touch with some of the most reputable real estate developers in Ghana.
The beauty of having an innovative green building company, such as Mirreco, in Ghana, is that it will enable our country to develop an integrated industrial hemp agribusiness sector, which could provide your business with raw materials and other inputs, thereby creating jobs galore for young people farming in new industrial hemp plantations, in areas of rural Ghana currently being poisoned and ruined by illegal gold mining, illegal logging and illegal sandwinning. Ditto create a new cohort of young green entrepreneurs - generating wealth that remains locally.
Thanks. Kind regards Kofi. WhatsApp: +233576564600. Tel: +233277453109 & +233558852619.
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