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The Diaspora Affairs Bureau will also be moved from the Foreign Ministry to the Office of the President to coordinate more effectively all matters affecting Ghanaians in the diaspora.
Expand further the opportunities that will allow Ghanaians living abroad to participate fully in our national discourse and benefit fully from the opportunities this nation has to offer by facilitating the implementation of the Representation of The Peopl
Put in place a policy framework that would encourage those, who may or may not have acquired other citizenships to bring their skills back home to assist in the development of our country.
Task our diplomatic missions to link our businessmen with foreign counterparts in strategicalliances and partnerships to develop the private sector, and to market the country as an attractive destination for foreign investment.
Prioritise the development of economic opportunities in our foreign policy, by opening up markets abroad for Ghanaian goods and services and attracting foreign investments.
Review existing policies to take into account the new world order with respect to developments like Brexit and the emergence of the BRICS nations.
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