The 2022 budget showed an aggressive fiscal consolidation, with the fiscal deficit expected to return to the constitutional limit of no more than 5% of GDP by 2024.

Ghana entered the COVID-19 crisis on a relatively stronger footing than its African peers.

Structurally, the economy has seen major shifts over the past few years, positioning it for significant growth going forward.

This is supported not only by primary-sector industries like oil and gold but accelerated development in the tertiary sector.

Be our guest as we discuss Ghana’s budget for the year 2022 and explore the impact and economic expectations for businesses, individuals as well as the implications for the entire economic ecosystem in-country and for offshore relations.



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