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But former Chief Executive Officer of GIPC, Robert Ahomka Lindsay disagreed with the Minister's submission saying, "the reality our governments are set up to help us.
added: "every government in one form or another tries its best provide policies and initiatives that will support and grow the businesses while at the same time not to step on the foot of the WTO other obligations.
W.I.L. Offshore News Digest for Week of October 22, 2007
Chief Executive of the GIPC, Robert Ahomka-Lindsay said that the role of the financial services committee will be to go out onto the international scene to bring in huge investments running into millions of dollars to boost the country's already thriving economy.
According to him, GIPC's responsibility is to bring in investments.
"We want to establish our image on the international scene when it comes to attractive destinations to do business," he said.
The Chief Executive Officer of the ...
The Chief Executive Officer of the GIPC, Mr. Robert Ahomka-Lindsey in his welcome address said the major problem confronting local enterprises in the country was easy access to funds; a situation which he said was having adverse effects on the performance of local industries.
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Robert Ahomka-Lindsay Vice President, Public Affairs & Communications, Coca-Cola Africa Group
Past Ministers of State, Dr. Paa ...
Past Ministers of State, Dr. Paa Kwasi Nduom of the CPP, Herman Chinery Hesse of SOFT tribe, Prof. Ato Quayson, Director of Diasporan and Trans-National Centre at the University of Toronto, Canada, Robert Ahomka-Lindsay, immediate past CEO of Ghana Investment Promotion Centre, David Ofosu-Dorte, Managing Partner of one of Ghana's five leading law firms, Edwin Baffour, Corporate Affairs Director of Guinness Ghana Brewery, Estelle Akofio Sowah, Google Ghana, Judith Aidoo, one time advisor to President Clinton and Ms Joyce Aryee, CEO of the Ghana Chamber of Mines, Kweku Sakyi-Addo, host of the Kwaku One-on-One show on TV3, Kwesi Pratt, a consummate socialist, Paul Adom Otchere, of Metro TV, Eric Don Arthur of TV3 and Dr. Patrick Awuah, President of Ashesi University who opened the program with a deeply thought provoking welcome address to the SYPALA 2009 participants.