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Full statement 2015 Mid-year review and supplementary budget statement

Government has Parliament to approve an additional 800 million cedis to enable it execute projects outlined in the 2015 budget

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The Finance Minister, Seth Terkper on Tuesday, July 21, 2015 presented the 2015 Mid-Year Review and Supplementary Budget Estimates to Parliament.

He confirmed that the country’s public budget deficit now stands at GH¢90.0 billion.

Click to download the full  statement 2015 Mid-Year Review and Supplementary Budget Estimates

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