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Inflation
January  2017
13.30%
Ken Ofori-Atta assumes office as Ghana’s Minister of Finance

Accra, January 30, 2017. Mr. Ken Ofori-Atta, assumed office as Ghana’s Finance Minister after having been sworn-in on January 27, 2017, by his Excellency the President. He brings to the Ministry over 30 years’ experience in Ghanaian and international financial sector.
 
2.         Hon. Ofori-Atta and twelve other Minister designates were approved by Parliament on Friday, January 27, after going through a successful vetting process by the Appointments Committee of Parliament.
 
3.         The Hon Minister’s immediate priority is to protect the public purse, stabilize Ghana’s macro economy, spearhead anti-corruption, increase revenue and introduce policy initiatives to grow the economy for the private sector to thrive and create jobs...

Government’s Issuance Calendar for January To March 2017

The calendar was developed based on the 2017 first quarter appropriation, the monthly Fiscal forecast and the provisional Medium Term Debt Management Strategy (MTDS) for 2017-2019. The calendar specifies the aggregate amounts to be raised by instruments in respect of Government’s Public Sector Borrowing Requirements for the period January to March 2017.

The Calendar also takes into consideration Government’s debt refinancing/restructuring strategy, market developments (both domestic and international) and the Debt Management objective of lengthening the maturity profile by reducing short-term …

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