Ghana has been hard hit by the pandemic and other economic downturns. It is now gaining momentum in the recovery process and that is the hope of every one to see Ghana bounce back on its feet. However, Ghana has been listed by the European Union as deficient in anti money laundering and terrorism financing, which brought the reputation of the country in the mud, strong signals that repels investors and business prospects from considering the country.
The Communications Directorate at the Jubilee House on Friday 21st May, 2021, has issued a statement to the general public to announce that Ghana is to be taken out of the list of the deficient countries in anti money laundering and terrorism financing by the European Union. It has also been deliberated that Ghana is possible to be selected as the manufacturing hub for covid-19 vaccines in Africa.
These information were given at a meeting of Ghana's president with the president of the European Commission. The full statement as released by the director of communications, Eugene Arhin, is below.
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