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30 Jun 2019
Ghana recorded a 6.7 per cent GDP growth in the first quarter of 2019 compared to the 5.4 per cent recorded in 2018. Collins Appiah, Economic Advisor at Services Integrity Savings and Loans joins CNBC Africa for more.
2 Mar 2019
Plagued by eight exhausting years of financial crisis, millions of Greeks are unable to pay off their loans. But there are also those who don't want to, as Anthee Carassava reports from Athens.
25 Jun 2017
Ogun SME's development - state disburses N600m from BoI revolving loans.

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