The Ministry of Finance, has on behalf of the Government of Ghana, embarked on a nationwide financial education campaign to enhance consumers’ awareness and address irregularities that tend to weaken the financial sector
The Government of Ghana expresses its profound appreciation to all stakeholders, especially bondholders who voluntarily responded to the national call and participated in the Domestic Debt Exchange Programme (DDEP).
The government through the Ministry for Finance has rolled out two guidelines to further bolster efforts to efficiently manage public finances, especially during emergencies, and implement audit recommendations.
The Chief Director of the Ministry of Finance, Ms. Eva Esselba Mends, has reiterated the need for the Ministry to have regular engagements with the media to provide updates on the macro-fiscal developments of Ghana’s economy.
Accra, Friday, 28th July, 2023... In accordance with Section 28 of the Public Financial Management Act, 2016 (Act 921), the Mid-Year Fiscal Policy Review of the Budget Statement and Economic Policy of the Government of Ghana for the 2023 Financial Year, is expected to be presented to Parliament on Monday, 31st July, 2023.
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