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  • 26 March 2020 - Some economists are suggesting that the Ghana government should take drastic economic measures to stimulate the economy amid the COVID-19 (novel Coronavirus) situation. They are backing the government’s decision to approach the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a Rapid Credit Facility to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic. The IMF is currently evaluating Ghana’s request. Read more




Economic Facts

  • Kumasi Central Market, located in the Ashanti region of Ghana,  is one of the largest open air markets of West Africa. It dates back to more than a century! It is open for 24 hours a day and is home to more than 10,000 stores and stalls. Check Minimum Wages in Ghana
  • Who doesn’t like chocolate? Did you know that the best cocoa beans are harvested in the African region? Especially in Ghana, where the main cash crop is cocoa and is the country’s chief export. It is estimated to have produced about 900 thousand tons of cocoa beans as of 2019. Cocoa-farming is the backbone of Ghana’s agriculture, where 800,000 small scale cocoa farmers make up to 60% of the country's agricultural base. Check your Minimum Wages
  • Ghana’s economy is based on three main resources: oil, gold, and cocoa. Such a high dependence on natural resources to sustain the economy is proving to be an issue for the nation.  Learn more about Ghana!
  • Lake Volta is one of the largest man-made lakes in Ghana that generates 912 megawatts of electricity and has been a big boon to the economy. However, the development of this lake involved inundation of around 15,000 homes, 200,000 animals, 740 villages and the resettlement of 78,000 people. Check your salary now