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Government is committed to stabilizing the cedi – Ken Ofori-Atta

Minister for Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta has assured that government remains committed to implementing measures to address the perennial depreciation of the Ghana...

Government has been transparent with COVID-19 expenditure – Ofori-Atta

The Minister for Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta has debunked claims that government has not been transparent with its COVID-19 expenditure.

National Cathedral a potential investment; it’ll pay off – Ofori-Attah to...

Finance Minister Ken Ofori- Atta has asked opposers of the National Cathedral project to be measured in their criticisms.

Ghana’s controversial E-Levy passed on president’s birthday

Parliament has passed the controversial E-Levy by mainly the Majority side of the House after the Minority staged a walkout.

Ghana gov’t unveils spending cuts to tackle deficit

The Akufo-Addo administration has prepared spending cuts to help reduce the budget deficit, a move expected to restore investor confidence in holding...

Ghana: Fuel prices set to ease after hitting record highs

Fuel prices are likely to fall back from record levels in Ghana as the government announces measures to ease the current economic...

Ofori-Attah: Gov’t won’t cancel Free SHS

The Akufo-Addo government says it has no intentions to abolish its flagship education initiative Free SHS despite the current worsening economic challenges.

Government to announce measures to curb hardship this week

The government is expected to announce key measures and reliefs to recover the country’s economy later this week, the Information Ministry has...

YouStart begins in April – Ofori-Atta

Government has completed the piloting of its flagship YouStart programme and says it is ready to be rolled out in April this...

We’re committed to 20% expenditure cut – Gov’t on E-Levy debate

The government as part of a prudent fiscal consolidation move says it is committed to cutting down expenditure across board by 20%.