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Make Group expresses interest to invest in Liberia

By James Akoi

(mylbsonline/Liberia)- A South Korean business ‘Make Group’ has expressed interest to invest in Liberia’s telecommunications and transport sectors.

The Chairman, James Juhee Han, said: “We need 325 acres of land to construct industrial and residential complexes,” the Make Group Chairman, Han, added. “Our interest is to invest in Liberia’s telecommunications and transport sectors”.

He made the statement when a 15-man South Korean business delegation paid him a courtesy call on Vice President, Joseph Boakai at his Capitol Building Office in Monrovia Thursday, June 6, 2013.

For his part, Vice President, Boakai, says the Liberian government is committed to seeking more partnerships to improve the lives of the Liberian people.

“It is the responsibility of government to create an environment opportunity capable of reshaping the country’s focus towards sustainable development, “Vice President Boakai said.

He thanked the South Korean business delegation, “Make Group”, for their interest to invest in Liberia.

H.E. Boakai expressed happiness for the great opportunity and said: “We don’t know why you chose Liberia to do business. My discussion with James in South Korea has now become a reality,”

Make Group representative in Liberia, former Speaker of the House of Representatives, George Dweh, expressed happiness over the investment opportunity for Liberia.

Mr. Dweh called on other potential international investors to invest in the country for economic growth.

The South Korean delegation also visited the Ministries of Public Works and Commerce as part of their mission to Liberia.


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