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A Broad-ranging Outlook on Ghana Securities and Capital Market
According to a new research, the GDP for Ghana is expected to reach a significant growth rate of 7.5% by 2018, showing a steady growth attracting investors. Despite the bad debt levels, the GDP manifested a steady growth of 3.9% at the end of 2015 as Ghana’s market attracted a lot of investors. Ghana has boomingly become the third-largest growing economy in Africa and exhibited profound economic growth. With the course of time, the Government of Ghana has taken various strategic initiatives to broaden the horizons for international investors entering the market. The country’s proclivity for becoming a security-oriented market has been justified with the latest developments in Ghana. Ghana’s capital market is gradually developing and increasingly beginning to play pivotal role and helping to attract long-term capital for financing economic activities.