The Government of Ghana has highlighted five priority areas for Public Private Partnership (PPP) arrangements. This is critical as PPP is one of the key tools to accelerate and achieve developmental goals. These areas are: Energy, Utilities, infrastructure (particularly road networks, railroads and ports), housing and agribusiness.
For foreign direct investments however, that priority areas are broader. Ghana has comparative advantage in these areas and is capitalizing on this advantage to attract investment into the country. These are:
Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
Metal/Hand Tool Fabrication
Light Industry/Assembling Plant
Ceramic Tiles Manufacturing
Ethnic Beauty Products
Additionally, investors can invest as enclave developers to provide necessary on-site infrastructure on designated export processing zones or propose their own land to be designated as export processing zones, for lease to other investors. The above sectors are however not exclusive.