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Economist Intelligence Unit shares economic outlook for Ghana

25 May 2019   |   1:01 pm   |   6m 52s
The Economist Intelligence Unit says it expects Ghana’s budget deficit to slip beyond 5 per cent in 2020 being an election year adding that the country’s economic growth between this year and 2023 will be driven predominantly by the hydrocarbons sector, with a continued expected ramping up of oil and gas production. Nathan Hayes, Ghana Analyst for Economic Intelligence Unit joins CNBC Africa to unpack the report.


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