IMF says Ghana’s GDP growth will hit 7% in 2019

The International Monetary Fund on Thursday said on Thursday that Ghana’s economic growth is expected to rise to around 7% this year. That increase from 6.3% in 2018 to 7% this year according to the IMF is boosted by the country’s extractive industries. In a statement IMF said Ghana’s exports oil, gold and cocoa, maintained macroeconomic stability since the conclusion of a three-year lending programme with the IMF in March. The conclusions drawn were made at the end of an IMF staff visit to Ghana recently. Meanwhile Economic growth forecast…

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