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The Government of Ghana Announces the Further Extension of the Expiration Date of its Domestic Debt Exchange to 16th January 2023

As part of the Government’s efforts to address the country’s ongoing economic crisis, on 5th December 2022, we launched a domestic debt exchange pursuant to which we invited (the “Invitation”) certain holders of approximately GHS137.3 billion of principal amount outstanding of certain of our domestic notes and bonds issued by the Government, E.S.L.A. Plc or Daakye Trust Plc (the “Eligible Bonds”) to exchange their Eligible Bonds for a package of new bonds to be issued by the Government (the “New Bonds”).

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Extension of Expiration Date of Ghana’s Domestic Debt Exchange to 30 December 2022

As part of the Republic of Ghana’s (the "Republic") efforts to address the country’s ongoing economic crisis, on 5 December 2022, it launched a domestic debt exchange pursuant to which it invited (the “Invitation”) certain holders of approximately GHS137.3 billion of principal amount outstanding of certain of its domestic notes and bonds issued by the Republic, E.S.L.A. Plc or Daakye Trust Plc (the “Eligible Bonds”) to exchange their Eligible Bonds for a package of new bonds to be issued by...

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2023 Citizens Budget

This year would undoubtedly go down as one of the most challenging in the economic history of our country. Like the rest of the world, we were hit with the COVID-19 pandemic in the first quarter of 2020, which resulted in a slowdown in economic activity, leading to a reduction in our revenues and unbudgeted additional costs associated with fighting the pandemic.

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In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and as part of measures to ensure the safety of all our stakeholders,
you are kindly directed to e-mail your correspondence to the address below:
correspondence@mofep.gov.gh