The figure means that the Month-on-month inflation between May 2022 and June 2022 stood at 3.0 percent.
The renowned economist with University of Cape Coast (UCC) urged government not to give in to the negative attitude of some fear government officials who fear the reconciliation and full disclosure of data, especially on procurement, and therefore advocating against the IMF program.
According to the Central Bank agriculture has broader implications on the economy, including price stability, exchange rate stability and generation export revenues from the sector.
Yesterday, Friday, 1st July 2022 was the initial date set for the announcement of the Commission’s decision on the review of water and electricity tariffs for 2022-2027, but, for the major interest of Ghanaians, had to extend the date to 15th July 2022.
Key stakeholders in the agricultural sector value chain want government to suspend indefinitely the benchmark value policy.
The benefits of a mining index on the local bourse are enormous, enabling both the State, Mining Companies, beneficiary communities and investors to attract the necessary capital and built-in incentives for all involved, Dr Bawumia indicated.
Ghana’s balance of payment deficit has more than doubled for the first quarter of 2022
Chief of Staff, Frema Osei-Opare has said all the stakeholders must make their voices heard in the process of announcing new utility tariffs by the Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC).
Further indicating that, it do not expect that private investment will meaningfully cushion the negative impact of subdued public infrastructure spending on the market’s construction industry growth, the agency said.
Ghana’s Trade and Investment Risk assessment scored of 50.9 out of 100 to outperform the West Africa average of 36.4. The score also was the second best on the continent while ranking 88th out of 201 markets globally.