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Ghana Central Bank governor sees room for looser policy

By Bloomberg
10 September 2019   |   6:00 am
Ghana’s central bank has additional space to loosen policy thanks to the global move toward lower interest rates, as long as inflation slows, according to Governor Ernest Addison. He was interviewed by Bloomberg TV’s Manus Cranny st the World Economic Forum on Africa in Cape Town.

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