Ghana's CEOs weigh in on the country's economic outlook

The year 2018 was trying for the Ghanaian economy, with plans to schedule an exit from an IMF credit deal by year-end, ongoing fiscal and monetary reforms, and an historic consolidation agenda for the banking sector. Despite the scope of adjustments, sentiment among the business community has remained robust, with 93% of respondents having positive or very positive expectations of local business conditions for the coming 12 months. Gradual recovery of GDP has since seen the economy grow again, expanding by 8.4% in 2017, according to the IMF’s October 2018 “World Economic Outlook” report, on the back of enhanced output and exports.

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