Official statements by the authorities in Ghana signalled commitment to restoring fiscal and debt sustainability, and left little doubt that this will include a sovereign debt restructuring. Meanwhile, this week’s decisions by African central banks suggest that the region’s economies are at quite different stages in their monetary policy cycles.
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