Africa is globally considered as the next emerging super economy, it has considerable mineral wealth and real potential as an expanding market. While Africa faces tremendous challenges on the road to integration into the world trading system, there is more to Africa’s trade performance than meets the eye. Many African export sectors have outperformed world market growth. Champions in the African export portfolio include cut flowers, frozen fish, t-shirts, women’s trousers, footwear and transistors. These cases illustrate that Africa can compete.
GPI’s work is concentrated in developing countries assisting public private partnerships to stimulate trade and reduce the requirement for foreign aid. GPI is working with its partners to seek trade opportunities internally with their domicile country, for export markets and reducing the cost of imports.
GPI’s is working with state and semi state bodies to identify economically viable projects that will attract internal and external investors. Helping to create employment, stimulate the local economy, provide income generation opportunities, training and also have a social contribution for communities.
Investment and trade opportunities are available for;
- Mining & Energy
- Food & Beverages
- Metal & Metal products
- Iron & Steel
- Building & Construction
- Financial Services