Ghana’s finance ministry has formed a five-member committee with the Bank of Ghana to lead discussions with the financial services industry concerning the involvement of an International Monetary Fund (IMF) program.

The goal of the committee is to ensure orderliness and confidence in the government’s ongoing negotiations with the IMF, which will afterwards stipulate the so-called economic reforms to give corporations more authority on governing the West African country.


A trader walks past a barricaded street before the arrival of Britain’s Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, to visit the Jamestown Cafe in old British Accra, Ghana November 3, 2018.

A similar engagement will be undertaken with external bondholders. An IMF team visited Ghana last week for talks about a potential loan program after the West African country requested support.

The IMF said discussions were constructive but that more work was needed on a debt-sustainability analysis.

Reuters / ABC Flash Point Africa News 2022.

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Nick Miller
Nick Miller
11-10-22 23:28

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12-10-22 01:21

There is only ONE motive in Rothschild owned -WB/IMF/ etc and that is to put countries into deep debt so that they can carry out US Big Business policies + accept US Hegemony in running and controlling their Economy . Just look at Greece /Sri Lanka /many African & South American countries – DEBT=CONTROL -all get told – starve the poor -take away any social support -allow Big Business USA to take over your resources . Russia hasn’t got a large debt as Mr.Putin realised that long ago and isn’t beholden to the USA and this angers Zionism + the… Read more »