Ghana is a country with a population of about 31 million people in West Africa and north of the equator, which has a warm climate. Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso and Togo are neighbors of this country. According to the Iran and Africa Merchants Club, the country of Ghana has long been known for gold trade and was called the land of gold by some. With the end of civil wars in Africa, Ghana has been able to see one of the most stable governments in this continent and has performed well in various aspects such as health, economy and human resources development.
Throughout the history, the native people of Ghana were able to conduct an advanced trade centered on gold bars, but this country was colonized by European countries for several centuries due to the presence of gold mines and the production of gold bars, and finally in 1957, it was able to achieve independence. Ghana has witnessed the fastest economic growth in the world in 2011. According to economic experts, the change in the basis of GDP has caused this growth. Regardless of the diamond, bauxite, manganese and oil mines that are found in abundance in Ghana, this country is the second producer of cocoa and gold.
According to this report, the International Trade Center has announced that the total trade of Ghana in 2021 will be about 56 billion dollars, of which 8 billion dollars of service exports and 15 billion dollars of goods have been exported from Ghana to other countries, of which 5 billion and 300 million dollars have been exported. Gold is at the top of Ghana’s export products, and oil, cocoa, fruit and nuts, and ore are ranked next after gold in the list of Ghana’s export products. The most exports of this country have been made to the destinations of China, Switzerland, India, South Africa and the Netherlands, respectively.
The total value of the import of services to Ghana was 12 billion dollars and the import of goods was about 21 billion dollars. The first 5 items of the country’s import list in 2021 are machinery and mechanical equipment, vehicles and their accessories, fuel and petroleum products, respectively. Iron and steel, machinery and electrical equipment have been assigned to it, and the first 5 countries supplying goods to Ghana were China, America, England, India and Belgium, respectively.
According to the statistical report of the customs of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the non-oil trade between Iran and Ghana in 1400 was about 360 million dollars, the share of Iran’s exports to Ghana was 352 million dollars, and about 95% of this amount was the share of exports of iron and steel and its products. it has been And the import from Ghana to Iran in the same year was nearly 7,500,000 dollars, and nearly 60% of this amount belongs to the import of fish.
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