Ghana is the world's second-largest cocoa producer behind Ivory Coast, and Africa's biggest gold miner. It is one of the continent's fastest-growing economies and has made major progress in the
attainment and consolidation of growth.
Significant progress has been made in poverty reduction. In fact, Ghana is the first country in Sub-Saharan Africa to achieve the Millennium Development Goal 1, which is the target of halving extreme poverty- UNDP 2021.
Today, Ghana is not only one of the best places for doing business in West Africa according to the World Bank's Ease of Doing Business Report 2020 but also the most resilient economy in West
Africa according to the EY African Attractiveness index.
Combining a conducive business environment, a committed and progressive government-private sector participation, political stability, transparent regulations, and a thriving private sector, Ghana presents one of the continent's most favourable economic environments for investors seeking to do business in Africa.
Ghana abounds with investment opportunities and the government is committed to implementing policies that reduce the general cost of doing business to help investors establish and expand their