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The World Bank has announced that Ghana’s economic growth is expected to rise to 7.6 per cent this year, driven by both the oil and non-oil sectors.

Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire have joined forces to push for a floor price below which they will not sell their cocoa on the international market.

The Senior Minister, Yaw Osafo-Maafo, has explained that the Ghana Beyond Aid agenda does not mean Ghana is cutting off aid altogether, but rather that the country is poised to channel aid to specific areas of the economy to stimulate rapid growth.

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