Ghana still going for goal

Lionel Van Lare Dosoo, a deputy governor at the Bank of Ghana, tells Central Bank News why the institution's Olympian efforts to eradicate the country's inflation problem will stay on track despite recent events.

The Bank of Ghana has achieved much in recent years. Since adopting a new policy framework in 2002, the central bank has seen inflation plummet.

The new framework, which granted operational independence to the central bank and made price stability its primary objective, has undoubtedly

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