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"GHANA ECONOMIC REVIEW AND OUTLOOK 2012"

National Output Growth
Boosted by crude oil production the economy is poised to grow this year -  the first full year in the oil era   at an unprecedented 13.6 percent. Data released by the Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) on the basis of first-half performance showed that in spite of the ...
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The Energy Subsidy Issue

A subsidy can be explained as a "financial contribution" by a government or public body that confers a "benefit" to the recipient. This financial contribution can be by way of a direct transfer of funds by government (e.g. grants) or by way of foregone revenue (e.g. tax credits) and is provided on terms that are more favorable than would otherwise have been received under pure market conditions.
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A Review of the Interim Economic Partnership Agreement between Ghana and the European Union
Ghana: The Emerging Oil Economy Prospects and Challenges
The Economy of Ghana 2010 Mid-Term report
Preliminary Assessment of the Budget Statement and Economic Policy of the Government of Ghana
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