It seems currently nothing surprises any serious Ghanaian anymore because the daily ratings and assessment of the economy are nothing to write home about. While some are not bothered when fuel prices go up because they can afford it, others are troubled because it adversely affects almost everything in the country.
The rise in dollar rate against the cedi is affecting importers and the business community isn't much happy. As the cedi depreciation gives a cause to worry, this new revelation on fuel price increment will compound the already dire situation.
Top financial analysts have predicted difficult economic times and the government must reduce its size of government to reduce expenditure, one of the things that must be done urgently to help salvage the country.
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