Bank of Ghana predicts stable cedi in 2nd half
Bank of Ghana Governor Henry Kofi Wampah has predicted the cedi and the economy will stabilise in the second half of the year, when proceeds from Cocobod’s 2014/15 dollar syndicated loan for cocoa purchases are received by the central bank.
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