Ghanaian gov’t to take bold measures to tackle economic hardship


The Ghanaian government will implement bold and deliberate decisions in the coming days to deal with the country’s economic crisis, Ghanaian Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia said here Wednesday.

The ongoing changes in the world economic order, with rising inflations and disruptions in global supply chains, meant developing countries, including Ghana, could no longer operate in a business-as-usual mode but should rapidly pivot and become self-reliant, Bawumia said at the second edition of the Standard Chartered Digital Banking, Innovation and FinTech Festival.—Xinhua

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