Ghana Growth Positive
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Ghana Growth Positive

The International Monetary Fund has expressed confidence in Ghana’s economic growth saying there has been significant progress on the nation’s economic front, IMF report said. According to the IMF’s 2016 World Economic Outlook Report, Ghana’s gross domestic product per capital for the year 2015 rose to $1,340.4 from $1,266.1 in 2008, which represents an increase of 5.9% over the period. Sector by sector the IMF report describes Ghana’s overall performance as encouraging. The current per capita income is also higher than that of Cote d’Ivoire ($1,314.7), Senegal ($913.0) and Kenya ($1,338.5).


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