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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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Mauritius sees higher budget deficit

Business & Finance : Business Report (last year)

The Mauritius budget deficit for 2013 will climb to 3.7 percent of gross domestic product. ||| Port Louis - The Mauritius budget deficit for 2013 will climb to 3.7 percent of gross domestic product, much higher than the 2.2 percent ... Read Post

IMF warns of risks to Ghana's growth

Business & Finance : Business Report (last year)

There are “implementation risks” facing Ghana's aim to halve its budget deficit to 6 percent of gross domestic product. ||| Accra - There are “implementation risks” facing Ghana's aim to halve its budget deficit to 6 percent of gros... Read Post

Ghana look to cut public deficit

Business & Finance : Business Report (3 years ago)

Ghana is targeting a 2012 public deficit at 4.8 percent of gross domestic product as part of a budget intended to boost growth, employment and income through infrastructure improvements ahead of a December 2012 election. ||| Ghana i... Read Post


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