Malabo, Nov. 25, GNA – Management of Continental Christian Traders (CCT) Limited plans to penetrate the Equatorial Guinea market by March 2011 to represent Ghana’s Trade Centre in the capital, Malabo.
Mr Douglas Boateng, Managing Director of CCT, announced this on Thursday when he took journalists on a tour of a seven-storey office facility management of the corporate entity is putting up at the northern part of Bioko, a suburb of Malabo.
The edifice, which would have a basement car park, is expected to accommodate many companies which would be ready to partner with CCT to trade in Made in Ghana products.
Mr Boateng expressed optimism that other Ghanaian investors and entrepreneurs would be able to harness the economic potentials in the country.
“We are going to sail on the ticket that Equatorial Guineans believe and have come to accept Made-in-Ghana goods as of high quality standards and are durable.”
CCT, which is already registered in Equatorial Guinea as a company, is currently operating in Ghana, Senegal and Mauritania. It is an international group focused on importation and distribution of fishing gear throughout West Africa.
Activities of the group include farming and real estate development.