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Economic outlook President Mahama to open conference on industrialisation

According to the statement, the EOBS 2016 would involve presentations, panel discussions and networking opportunities which would focus on the multi-faceted aspects of industrialisation.

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President John Mahama will deliver the key note address of this year's annual Ghana Economic Outlook and Business Strategy Conference (EOBS 2016) January 20, in Accra.

The event on the theme: “Industrialisation: The impetus for Ghana’s economic growth”, would aimed to create a conducive forum where key government officials, policy and decision-makers, the private sector, experts and other stakeholders would address Ghana’s delay in implementing the initiatives in the 2011 Industrial Policy.

"Leading government officials , captains of industry, policy-and decision-makers, industrial experts, Civil society organzations, ploliticians, foreign businesses and investors, and the diplomatic community among others, will attend the conference to address issues emanating from the main theme," a statement issued in Accra by the management of Africa Business Media said.

According to the statement, the EOBS 2016 would involve presentations, panel discussions and networking opportunities which would focus on the multi-faceted aspects of industrialisation.

“EOBS 2016 was conceptualised to create the platform for the public and private sectors, industries, foreign investors, academia and other stakeholders to meet and deliberate on the ideas, issues and practices that would help Ghana to industrialise and become a fully-fledged middle income country,” the statement said.

President Mahama will also deliver the keynote address while personalities like Dr. Ekwow Spio-Garbrah, Dr. Michael Agyekum Addo, CEO of the Kama Group, and Mrs Valentina Mintah, CEO of West Blue will make presentations and moderate the panels.

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