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Bangladesh–Ghana relations

Bangladesh-Ghana relations

Bangladesh

Ghana

Bangladesh–Ghana relations refer to the bilateral relations between Bangladesh and Ghana. Bangladesh and Ghana enjoys warm diplomatic relations and both are interested to strengthen it further.[1]

Contents

  • High level visits 1
  • Economic cooperation 2
  • Cultural exchange 3
  • References 4

High level visits

In 2010, former foreign secretary Mohamed Mijarul Quayes paid an official visit to Accra.[2]

Economic cooperation

Both the countries have been exchanging business and official delegations and have been holding trade fairs to boost the bilateral economic cooperation.[3] In 2012, a high profile Bangladeshi business delegation led by Shubhashish Bose, Vice Chairman of Bangladesh Export Promotion Bureau, visited Ghana to explore ways for expanding bilateral trade between Bangladesh and Ghana. Bangladeshi investors have shown their interest to invest in Ghana because of its strategic location in West Africa and steady economic growth. Bangladeshi products especially the ready made garments and pharmaceuticals have been identified as products with huge potential in the Ghanaian market.[4]

Cultural exchange

Many Ghanaian footballers have been regularly playing for various major Bangladeshi football clubs. Bangladesh has now become one of the most favorite destinations for Ghanaian footballers willing to play overseas.[5]

References

  1. ^ http://www.bssnews.net/newsDetails.php?cat=0&id=92983&date=2010-03-05
  2. ^ http://archive.thedailystar.net/newDesign/news-details.php?nid=154626
  3. ^ http://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/NewsArchive/artikel.php?ID=145161
  4. ^ http://thechronicle.com.gh/bangladesh-explores-business-opportunities-in-ghana/
  5. ^ http://en.africatopsports.com/2013/02/28/african-footballers-signed-by-bangladesh-reasons-revealed-video/
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