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IMF: Ghana must stick to deficit target

Higher-than-expected wage claims and fuel subsidies will mean Ghana must take additional steps to stick to its 2012 deficit target of 5.2 percent of gross domestic product. ||| Higher-than-expected wage claims and fuel subsidies will mean Ghana must take additional steps to stick to its 2012 deficit target of 5.2 percent of gross domestic product, the International Monetary Fund said.
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The story of the $1.4 trillion budget deficit for 2009

Politics : James Pethokoukis: Political Risk (5 years ago)

At $1.4 trillion, the budget deficit was 9.9% of gross domestic product, the largest, relative to the economy, in over 50 years. Read Post

Nikkei Opens Sharply Lower After Major Downward Revision To GDP

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Clusterstock (5 years ago)

Japan's GDP has been revised sharply lower -- to 1.3% from 4.8% -- far worse than what analysts had been expecting. Bloomberg: Gross domestic product rose at an annual 1.3 percent pace, slower than the 4.8 percent reported in prelim... Read Post

Trillion-Dollar Deficits As Far As The Eye Can See

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Money Game (5 years ago)

Jackie Calmes, NYT: At 10 percent of the gross domestic product, the 2009 deficit is the highest since the end of World War II, when it was 21.5 percent. At that level, it already has become a bigger economic and a political issue t... Read Post


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