Polish business talks with Guinea

21 July 2014
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On 18 July, during a meeting at PAIiIZ headquarters, Polish companies discussed opportunities of business cooperation with a delegation from the Republic of Guinea.

The Friday’s meeting in PAIiIZ, with the presence of PAIiIZ deputy president Monika Piątkowska and the representation of 13 Guinean companies, was the next highlight of the official visit of Guinean delegation in Poland.


Polish business talks with Guinean counterparts


As Mrs Piątkowska argued, Africa is a land of opportunities and by Polish business, the Republic of Guinea is considered as a partner for a long term cooperation, not only in trade and investments, but also in other aspects. She also introduced guests with Go Africa programme. “The effect of the programme have been better then we have ever expected”, she added.

On the other hand, the head of Guinean delegation, minister of economy and finances Mohamed Diaré, said that the common relations should be based on mutual trust. He also stressed the fact that Guinean business market is prepared to welcome foreign investors especially those who represent energy and agri-food sectors.

During the meeting Polish companies presented their business profiles and the offer.

(PAIiIZ)

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