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Akufo-Addo passes begging bowl to the IMF: US Economist Professor Steve Hanke Thumbs Down Ghana's

He refered to the choice to delay the mid-term spending plan survey this week as proof that the president and his money serve Ken Ofori-Atta were anticipating a credit from the International Monetary Fund.

Reports say the money serve deferred the audit until introductory gatherings with the IMF for a financial program were finished.

Mr Ofori-Atta was planned to give a report on Ghana's first-half income and use focuses on Wednesday, July 13, however he pushed it to a later date this month.

This isn't the initial time Prof Hanke has insulted Ghana over the country's financial difficulties. Last week, he anticipated that Ghana's IMF program would come up short.

A revealed beforehand that a group from the International Monetary Fund that showed up in Ghana to evaluate what is happening and examine a potential rescue bargain has finished its central goal. The group drove via Carlo Sdralevich visited Accra between July 6 and July 13, 2022, to, in addition to other things, talk about Ghana's Enhanced Domestic Program that an IMF loaning game plan could uphold.

In a delivery dated Wednesday, July 13, 2022, the IMF group makes sense of that during the gathering, it had conversations with Vice President Bawumia, Finance Minister Ofori-Atta, and Governor of the Bank of Ghana, Dr Ernest Addison. The group likewise met with the Parliament's Finance Committee, common society associations, and advancement accomplices, including UNICEF and the World Bank. In the press explanation, the IMF group pioneer, Mr Sdralevich noticed that Ghana was confronting what is happening in the midst of an undeniably troublesome worldwide climate.

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