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Mar 05, 2013 at 10:52am
10 billion-dollar technology park to create 50 thousand jobs
A ten billion dollar "Technology Park" that will create jobs for 50 thousand people has been launched at Dunkonah near Kasoa in the Central Region.

The facility, dubbed "HOPE CITY" is an ICT centre that will comprise six modern sky-crappers linked by bridges.

The project is a collaboration between government, Rlg Communications and Microsoft Corporation Limited.

President Mahama who cut the sod for the three year project, reiterated the need for Ghanaian entrepreneurs to break new grounds as far as infrastructural development is concerned.

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