Ghana Economy to Grow 7%
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Ghana Economy to Grow 7%

The Ghanaian economy is expected to grow at 7% in 2017 fuelled by improved electricity supply and oil and gas boost, the Economic and Intelligence Unit has said, Pulse reported. The United Kingdom-based research body made this known in its latest review of economies on the African continent. It said: “Nigeria and South Africa–by far the two biggest economies–will continue to keep the average GDP growth down to a moderate 2.6%. EIU’s growth projection of 7% corroborates the IMF and the World Bank’s projections of the Ghanaian economy.


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