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Ghana's Economy Performs Better Under IMF - Mark Assibey-Yeboah

The previous Member of Parliament for New Juaben South, Mark Assibey-Yeboah, has completely expressed that he will, as Finance Minister, park the country's economy at the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

In a meeting with Citi TV in Accra on to July 5, the previous Chairman of Parliament's Finance Committee contended that the country's economy is better overseen under a Fund program.

He likewise focused on the fact that it was more judicious for the country to get from the Fund than from the open market.

He made sense of it further, that it was more reasonable to get from the IMF since advances contracted from the Fund pulled in zero interest.

"I contend that when the IMF is visiting the area, we finish things properly." On the off chance that you return to the program we had under Atta Mills (2009-2012), The full scale records at that point are the best we have found in a long time, somewhere in the range of 2009 and 2012. The second the Fund left in 2012, everything went wild. Assuming I were Finance Minister, I'd stop the economy at the IMF, "Dr. Mark Assibey-Yeboah said."

"The IMF resembles the Bank of Ghana to all nations..." If you fall on them for help. We get it consistently. This Friday, there will be a barter. We will acquire about GH1 billion.

Last week we acquired Each Friday we go up for sale at the Bank of Ghana. We acquire cash. We acquired it at a 27% [interest rate]. On the off chance that you go to the fund and they give you $1 billion, it will be sans interest... 0%. They will give you a ban and allow us 25 years to reimburse you, "he made sense of further.

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