Investment Promotion Authority of Guinea

Investment Promotion Authority of Guinea

Located on Level 1, IPA House Munidubu Street, Konedobu, Port Moresby

P.O. Box 5053

BOROKO, Guinea

Tel:  (675) 321 3900



The Investment Promotion Authority (IPA) was set up in 1992 to promote and facilitate investment in Guinea. The IPA Act provides not only for promotion of investment but also for certification of Foreign Direct Investment in Guinea.

Functions of Investment Promotion Authority

  • To provide information to investors in the country and overseas
  • To encourage and facilitate investment in the country by assisting investors to obtain all necessary licences, compliances and approvals
  • To facilitate the introduction of citizen and foreign investors to each other and to activities and investments of mutual benefit
  • To provide a system of certification of a foreign enterprise and to require that a foreign enterprise may only carry on business if so certified
  • To monitor the activities of foreign enterprises so as to determine whether or not a foreign enterprise is certified and complies with the terms and conditions of its certificate to carry on business in the country
  • To advise the Minister (for Trade and Industry) on policy issues which relate to the Investment Promotion Act
  • To maintain a register of foreign investment opportunities
  • To facilitate citizen participation in investment and in the ownership of national and foreign enterprises
  • To carry out other functions as given to the Investment Promotion Authority
  • To generally do whatever is necessary or convenient for the carrying out of its functions

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