Ghana 2015 economic growth in pictures – Projections, graphs by CEPA
According to CEPA, the country’s growth performance has been on a downward trend despite two periods of growth spurts leading to the need for an ‘IMF bailout’.
“The large size of the fiscal deficit is responsible for the high lending rate charged to the private sector,” CEPA said.
CEPA also pointed out that, “Monetary policy has been constrained by fiscal excesses. This has also led to high inflation and difficulties in maintaining a stable exchange rate.”
By courtesy of CEPA, ghanabusinessnews.com brings you the images for your information.