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Accra, July 21, GNA-
Mr Akilu Sayibu, a Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Export Promotion
Authority (GEPA), has asked Foreign Service Officers (FSOs) of the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, to serve as the eyes and ears of
Ghana in terms of export promotion.

Mr Sayibu made the
call in a lecture on: “Commercial Representation Abroad,” to 37
Foreign Service Offic

Accra, July 21, GNA-
Mr Akilu Sayibu, a Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Export Promotion
Authority (GEPA), has asked Foreign Service Officers (FSOs) of the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, to serve as the eyes and ears of
Ghana in terms of export promotion.

Mr Sayibu made the
call in a lecture on: “Commercial Representation Abroad,” to 37
Foreign Service Officers of the Ministry, who are proceeding on postings to
various countries worldwide.

He called on the FSOs
to be in a position to guide and educate exporters on the various trade
regulations, culture and barriers in their host countries in order to save
potential exporters from falling foul of the law.

He urged the FSOs to
be involved in export trade negotiations with exporters from Ghana who want to
deal with new partners abroad.

The FSOs said they
were pleased about the lecture, describing it as educative.

They said there were
suggestions that could enhance the relationship between the Ministry and the
GEPA.

GNA


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