The chief executive officer of the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC), Kwesi Abeasi has said that the Ghanaian government has undertaken a number of reforms in the mining sector to make the sector attractive, of which the new minerals bill was one.
He points out that the reforms were not only in the mining sector but also in other sectors, including the private sector, as incentive packages to make the investment climate increasingly comfortable for investors in the country.
The GIPC boss has also advised not to be worried about political reforms, saying Ghana is committed to political stability.
Abeasi added that the government has chosen five areas of investment promotion. These areas are infrastructure development, private sector development, agro processing, information and communication technology and rural development.