China is fully committed to helping Ghana implement the one
district one factory policy, the country’s Ambassador to Ghana, Shi Ting Wang,
According to him, Chinese companies will continue to invest massively in
the manufacturing industry in Ghana.
He pointed to KEDA Ceramics, also known as Twyford Ceramics Factory, as
one of many Chinese companies that are supporting the Ghana government’s industrialization
The Ambassador was speaking at Aboadze in Shama District of the Western
Region during President Akufo-Addo’s working visit to the Chinese local tiles
Phase one of
the Twyford Ceramics Factory’s operations was inaugurated in January 2018 and
the phase two of the company’s operations is expected to take off in
September this year.
Mr. Wang said
he will continue to invite more Chinese companies to invest in Ghana in support
of the one district one factory policy.
“I will continue to
invite Chinese investors to Ghana to repeat a good example of Twyford Ceramic
Factory in our effort to support Ghana beyond aid and 1D1F initiative of the
Government of Ghana,” the Chinese Ambassador said.
He added: “Twyford Ceramics Factory is a powerful
example of successful Chinese investment in Ghana as well as a demonstration of
China and Ghana corporation and friendship.
“I can proudly say
that Twyford Ceramics tiles sources over 95% of raw materials in Ghana and the
made in Ghana tiles from this factory are the best tiles. We at the Chinese
Embassy no longer import tiles for renovations because we now have KEDA tiles
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