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Joint Press Conference at the End of the IMF

Joint press conference with IMF – Ministry of Finance

The press conference will provide an opportunity to gain further insight into the government's vision for the future and how they plan.

Joint press conference with IMF – Ministry of Finance.

Joint Press Conference at the End of the IMF

 

A joint press conference on Tuesday, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Ministry of Finance announced an agreement to strengthen their economic ties.

This agreement is expected to have a positive impact on global economic growth and create more stability in the economy.

During the press conference today, both organizations will discuss their plans for the future and outlined how they plan to work together to promote economic development. The details of this agreement will be released in the press conference todays.

Tuesday, December 13, 2022, in Accra Discussions with the IMF for a program that will be backed by the IMF have already begun between the Bank of Ghana and the Ministry of Finance.

A full Debt Sustainability Analysis (DSA), which is presently being conducted, will be required to establish that Ghana’s debt is on a sustainable course.

The Ghanaian government is putting together a thorough post-Covid-19 economic agenda that will serve as the framework for IMF negotiations.

The program aims to create a macro-fiscal path supported by significant structural reforms and social protection that provides debt sustainability and macroeconomic stability.

At a joint press conference held on today, representatives from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Ministry of Finance will addressed the media to provide an update on the current state of the economy.
Leaders from both sides will discussed their recent work together to develop an economic policy that would improve the lives of citizens in the country. They will emphasized their commitment to providing financial stability in the country.
They will also addressed some of the more pressing issues facing the country, such as the impact of rising fuel prices and how to ensure that the poorest segments of society benefit from the government’s policies.
The press conference will provided an opportunity to gain further insight into the government’s vision for the future and how they plan to move the country forward.

As we work to expedite this process, the government is still dedicated to doing so and will continue to aggressively engage all stakeholders, both public and private.

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Read also: Press Release | Ministry of Finance | Ghana

 

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