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Ghana firm to assemble locally made mobile phones

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Ghana based LG Communications has made the bold boast that it will create 30,000 jobs within a year with the opening of the first mobile handset assembly plant in the country.
­LG phones recently signed a US$2.5 million contract with Huawei to produce 100,000 phones in Ghana.

Mr Roland Agambire, Chief Executive Officer of the company, told the Ghana News Agency, "rLG Communications has already concluded plans for the construction of a state of the art multi-purpose mobile phone assembling plant in Ghana, the first of its kind in Sub-Saharan Africa."

"We are looking forward to capturing 80 per cent of the market by the close of the year, particularly because of the feedback we get from patrons of our r-72 phone, which looks very much like Nokia E72." he added.

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