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Ghana: sharp slowdown, debt restructuring on the cards

Ghana’s economy held up well in the first half of this year but high and rising inflation, combined with monetary and fiscal tightening, means that a sharp slowdown is on the cards. Talks with the IMF over a financing package are underway but this looks set to entail a sovereign debt restructuring.

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