Ghana’s Minister for Trade, Alan John Kojo Kyeremanteng has confirmed that automobile giants, Hyundai and KIA are set to establish assembly plants in Ghana.
The two companies will join their counterparts Toyota-Suzuki, Nissan, Kantanka, Volkswagen and Sinotruck who have also agreed to set up plants in the West African country.
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Alan Kyeremanteng tweeted;
Pleased to announce that Hyundai & KIA are set to establish assembly plants in Ghana by the end of 2022 to join Toyota-Suzuki, Nissan, Kantanka, Volkswagen & Sinotruck.
The Minister further revealed that the Ghana Auto Development Programme will provide 3,600 assembly and a further 6,600 jobs in the country.
The Ghana Auto Development program = 3,600 assemblies & 6,600 manufacturing parts jobs in Ghana. #InvestforJobs