Ghana Targets Budget Deficit of 5.75% in 2016, IMF SaysBy
Gross foreign-currency reserves fell to $3.2 billion in June
Current account gap forecast to narrow to 5% of GDP by 2017-18
Ghana is planning to reduce its budget deficit to 5.75 percent of gross domestic product next year as it curbs wages and reins in spending, the International Monetary Fund said.
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