Gov’t is building most business-friendly economy – Nana Addo

President Akufo-Addo said that the “government is keen on building, in Ghana, the most business-friendly economy, where security and the rule of law are upheld, and where investments are secure.”

The president was speaking, at the 6th Edition of the Africa CEO Forum, held in Cote d'Ivoire on Monday (March 26, 2019).

He said that the “government is keen on building, in Ghana, the most business-friendly economy, where security and the rule of law are upheld, and where investments are secure.”

He further explained that the government is implementing a number of interventions to make their objective possible.

These interventions include the reduction in the Monetary Policy Rate (MPR), implementation of programmes targeted at boosting economic activity and tax cuts.

The Forum brought together African CEOs, bankers, investors and African presidents to dialogue and map out strategies to improve trade and investment on the continent.

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