By Margaret John
GO Africa; a United States based Trade Mission Organization (TMO) has concluded plans to hold a 4 day Investment Trade Mission (ITM) in Calabar, the Cross River State capital.
The event as disclosed in a press release made available to our newsroom will “Highlight investments in cocoa, energy generation to include hydro power and solar related facilities.”
The release which was signed by the Senior Director for Business Development, Prince Akeh Ufumaka, disclosed that the four day ITM will “Establish a platform for import and export with local Nigeria firms and organizations to the USA and Caribbean Basin.”
The Investment Trade Mission will have the United States Congressman, Mr. Andiano Espalit and New York State Assemblyman, Mr. Michael Blake in attendance.
Go Africa aims at fostering trade with African countries by investing directly in the country’s renewable energy, agricultural end-products processing and technology.
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