The size of Ghana’s economy is projected to swell from $62.8 billion in 2020 to $83.2 billion by the end of 2023. According to Fitch Solutions, research arm of credit rating agency, Fitch Ratings, the expansion of Ghana’s economy is expected to start this year, with the economy growing by $7.2 billion in monetary terms.
Former Finance Minister, Seth Terkper has once again bemoaned the country’s debt collection methods as well as its revenue performance in recent years. This, according to him, can partly be blamed on non-response to the rebasing of the country’s GDP. He made these assertions in a post-budget dialogue organized by Citi TV and the University
Ghana has been ranked the 73rd largest economy by the World Bank. The ranking is with respect to the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2019. According to the World Bank, Ghana’s economy stood at about $67 billion in size in 2019, making it the 8th biggest economy on the African continent. The country’s economy
Ghana witnessed a surge in Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) inflows recording an impressive $2.6billion worth of inbound investments for the year 2020. The Ghana Investment Promotion Centre in its Investment report for the 4th quarter of 2020 said the significant FDI recorded was against expectations following the Covid – 19 outbreak but touted government policies
The newly constituted board of GOIL Company Limited (GOIL) has said it will prioritise growing the firm’s profit by strengthening proper systems, efficiency while reducing waste. GOIL’s profit after tax in 2020 dropped to GH¢90.03 million down by 14.5 percent compared to the previous year’s GH¢105.5million. But the new board, chaired by Reginald Daniel Laryea,
Assets of all 23 banks currently operating in the country, according to the Bank of Ghana (BoG), totaled Ghs 152 billion as at end-February 2021. The recorded total assets value the BoG notes in its Banking Sector Development Report, represents a 18.5 percent year-on-year growth which is marginally higher than the annual growth of 17.8
The end result of the two world wars, coupled with a Great Depression was enormous physical and economic destruction in both Europe and the United States. These necessitated the drive to create a new international monetary system that would stabilize currency exchange rates without backing currencies entirely with gold; to reduce the frequency and severity of balance-of-payments deficits;
Debt repayment relief saves Kenya $912 million Kenya saved Sh99.73 billion in deferred repayments for its external debt for the year ended June following a deal with several rich nations, lifting pressure on its thin domestic revenue collection. Fresh Treasury data shows expenditure on servicing external loans amounted to Sh234.59 billion, a drop of 29.83 percent compared to Sh334.32
President of the World Bank Group (WBG), David Malpass, has described as problematic Ghana’s fast rising fiscal deficit. According to him, should Ghana’s fiscal deficit continue on an elevated path, the country would face access problems to market-based finance (capital market) as witnessed in other middle-income countries. “Many of them (middle-income countries) face access problems
The teams focused their efforts on a few of the highest-value S&OP levers in order to review the current planning process, identify gaps in the planning infrastructure and analytically understand demand and supply variability.