Consider using bilateral partners to solve debt problems – Economist advises government

An economist and lecturer with the University of Ghana, Dr Adu Sarkodie has advised the government to consider bilateral partners when it commences restructuring works on the country’s debt. Making his submission during a discussion on Citi TV on 28th September 2022, he said “Left to me alone, I think

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Be honest with Ghanaians in your dealings with the IMF – Seth Terkper advises government

The government has been advised by former Finance Minister Seth Terkper to be forthright with Ghanaians as it commences its deliberations with the International Monetary Fund. According to him, openness and fairness are needed for a successful program to bring the desired impact. Mr Terkper during an interview on Citi TV said

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IMF bailout not enough to save Ghana – Prof Bokpin explains why

A professor of Finance and Economics at the University of Ghana, Professor Godfred Bokpin has watered down the impact of the support the International Monetary Fund (IMF) would be giving to the Nana Addo-led government.  Professor Bokpin said the government of the day has shot itself in the foot by

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