Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has noted that Ghana is learning from the intensive infrastructure development of the People’s Republic of China.
Speaking in a symposium organised by the Embassy of Ghana, China to climax the sixtieth (60th) anniversary since the establishment of diplomatic relations between Ghana and China. Dr Bawumia said “Ghana is learning from the Chinese, especially in the transport sector. The adaptation will play a role in our government transformation initiative such as One District One Factory and by opening up important transport roads for marketing our domestic product.
Dr Bawumia also asserted that Ghana can take advantage of the new normal campaign. “We are aware of the COVID 19 and the new normal which is gradually being created and it’s implications on business. COVID 19 has reset the clock of engagement and the way things are going to work going forward. There is going to be a great significant shift with how business and political engagement will be conducted across the globe. Ghana-China relations can ride on the back of the new normal to create viable political, economic, social and cultural practices that will define our future in the post-COVID-19 era.”