New macroeconomic framework needed for recovery – Ghana governor

Ernest Addison
Ernest Addison
Photo: Steven Adusei

The Bank of Ghana’s governor says there is a need to design a medium-term macroeconomic framework to help the country’s economy recover from the impact of Covid-19.

Ernest Addison said public debt levels had risen due to a fiscal expansion to contain the impact of the pandemic.

“There is the need to design a plan to bring down the debt to sustainable levels to contain risks posed to future financing of the budget, exchange rate stability and financial sector stability,” he said.

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