PIX: Mr. Edmund Kyei (middle) and other dignitaries at the OMEK Fair in Budapest, Hungary
FROM Nana Achiaa Adusei Poku
BUSINESSES IN Ghana, especially those with interest in Agricultural products and machinery, have been advised to make Hungary their preferred destination.
Giving the advise, Mr. Edmund Kyei, said Hungarians are very nice, accommodating and peace-loving people, who welcomes people from different cultures.
Also, Mr. Kyei, who is part of a Ghanaian delegation currently in Hungary for a short business visit, said Hungary offer opportunities for businesses to grow.
“There are countless golden opportunities to grab for businessmen in Ghana, who will visit Hungary for investment and possibly partnerships.
“I’m here in Hungary now and I’ve witnessed some golden opportunities, especially in the Agricultural sector that Ghanaian businesses can take advantage of.
“I’m therefore appealing to my countrymen, especially businessmen with interest in the agricultural sector, to visit Hungary, transact business there and benefit”.
Mr. Edmund Kyei made the above the statement whilst being interviewed by Nana Achiaa Adusei Poku of Press1News in Budapest, Hungary.
The occasion was the National Agriculture and Food Exhibition and Fair (OMEK), which is currently ongoing in Budapest, Hungary.
Farmers from Hungary and other parts of the world display their farm products and machinery at the fair to attract businesses and increase their profits.
Hungary, according to Mr. Kyei, also boasts of a number of businesses opportunities, especially in the area of trade and industry which Ghanian businessmen can take advantage of.
“It’s not only in Agriculture that Hungary is making headways, the country is also making it big in trade and industry, especially the production of goods.
“Ghanaian businesses should visit Hungary and explore in the areas I have mentioned above and I know that they will definitely smile in the end.
Mr. Kyei is part of Ghanaian businessmen attending the National Agriculture and Food Exhibition and Fair 2023 (OMEK) in Budapest, Hungary.