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KEYNOTE ADDRESS BY FIRST DEPUTY GOVERNOR AT THE GAB 13TH ANNUAL WORKING LUNCHEON ON AUGUST 08 2013

The Ghanaian economy experienced phenomenal growth over the last two years, spurred on by the oil sector and its multiplier effects on economic activity. Economic growth peaked at 15 pct in 2011 and 8 pct in 2012 with inflation firmly anchored in single digits for the two consecutive years. However, assessment of current economic conditions in the first half of 2013 indicates some growth moderation amid rising inflation. Read more

 
SPEECH BY THE GOVERNOR AT THE LAUNCH OF COLLATERAL REGISTRY ON MAY 8, 2013

What we are witnessing today is historic because this Registry is the first movable and immovable asset Secured Transactions Registry in Africa and has been established at an opportune time to address some fundamental challenges in our credit system and the economy as a wholeRead more

 
REGIONAL COURSE ON MANAGING HUMAN RESOURCE FOR ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS, ACCRA, GHANA, MARCH 25 – 29, 2013

Good morning.  It is with great pleasure and honour that I welcome you all to Accra for this programme, especially those of you visiting for the first time, a hearty welcome to you. Feel at home and enjoy the hospitality of the good people of Ghana. Read more

 
Upgraded GH¢50 Note Issued into Circulation

From this 21st Day of August 2012, the upgraded GH¢50 banknote will be in circulation in the country and can be obtained from the International Commercial Bank and any bank in Ghana upon request.

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Opening Remarks by Mr. Millison Narh, Deputy Governor, at the AFRACA West Africa Regional Workshop Held in Abuja, Nigeria

It is a pleasure to join you at this West African sub-regional workshop being held under the auspices of AFRACA. Let me thank the organisers for the initiative and extend a warm welcome to all participants. As you may be aware, AFRACA is a wide network of institutions focused on the objective of promoting agriculture and rural finance in Africa. Therefore all participants may need to take the opportunity to build new partnerships or strengthen old ones as we deliberate on issues aimed at transforming agriculture in Africa. Read more

 
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