By Abdul Rahman Bangura-
NEW AFRICA BUSINESS NEWS (NABN) Freetown, Sierra Leone- The firm will drudge in buying and selling raw gold, scrap gold, and ingots using the most refined technology. BTC Global arrives from a history of 85 years of history in the Egyptian market, governing the billion trading and gold refining in Egypt and the Middle East. And gives services which are not but limited to mining, refining, and exporting gold.
Mr. Raffat Nasser a BTC Global Board Member said.
“We work and operate in several sectors, production of different precious metals like silver gold, and diamond jewelry also we do packages for jewelry boxes and all of that,” Nasser explained.
“BTC is leading in making coins and bars and ingot and also refining precious metals. What we have here is phase one of the refineries in which we trade in gold at different purities.”
“We refine this gold by pure makings as well as making assessments of the good purity, so you can get powder gold, you can get nuggets, ingots, and different forms of gold.”
Nasser told the firm will boost its capacity by creating a manufacturing firm and similarly a jewelry school.
“Because in Egypt, we have a school about jewelry making. It’s a partnership with the Ministry of Education going to the biggest gold schools,” he noted.
“We are optimistic about building a new relationship with the South Sudanese people and of course, they have been welcoming to us, and this is what we are most optimistic about, creating new jobs and enhancing this industry in South Sudan.”
The Undersecretary for the Ministry of Trade and Investment, Yel Luol Koor called on the corporation to work hard hand in gloves with the Ministry of Investment.
Luol saidounced, the cooperation with the government will help the institution to appreciate immunities such as a certificate of recognition from the Ministry as a legal operation enterprise company.
The inauguration ceremony was followed by Vice President Taban Den Gai, General David Yau Yau, the Undersecretary for the Ministry of Trade and Investment, Yel Luol Koor, and Central Bank Governor Johny Ohisa Damian, amongst others.
For New Africa Business News (NABN) Abdul Rahman Bangura Reports, Africa Correspondent