City-based infrastructure company GPT Infraprojects Ltd today said it is looking for opportunity to enter the West African market of Ghana, primarily in the railway sector.
“We are now in South Africa and Namibia. We will try to foray into Ghana,” GPT chairman D P Tantia said here on the sidelines of an interactive session organised by Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
GPT Infraprojects is a leading player in railway sleepers.
Tantia expects that Ghana’s economic worries will come down by end-2018 and the African nation will be able to put a renewed thrust on infrastructure spending, which will be a good time to enter the market there. Read More
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