The President of the Republic has urged that Africa should be given an equal chance when it comes to development. According to him, the Bretton Woods Institutions helped to rebuild the post-war global economy and strengthened international economic cooperation so it's about time raise that Institution again to foster African countries to grow their economy
"Just as the Bretton Woods institutions helped to rebuild the post-war global economy, and rekindled international economic cooperation, seventy-seven (77) years ago, there is now a historic opportunity to reset the global financial system’s economic rules to give African countries an equal chance at development, in the wake of the pandemic". Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo noted.
He urged further that debts owed by African countries should be cancelled. According to him, the COVID-19 virus has cause a great harm to Africa, thus, their debts should be cancelled so that they can build their economy again.
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