Home Business Ghana consumer inflation rises to 19.2%

Ghana consumer inflation rises to 19.2%


Accra –  Ghana’s annual consumer price inflation rate has risen to 19.2 per cent, official report has said.

The report released by the Statistics office in Accra on Wednesday, said that the new inflation rate recorded at the end of March increased from 18.5 per cent in February.

Ghana, a major commodities exporter, is implementing a three-year aid programme with the International Monetary Fund.

The measure, it said, was to remedy fiscal problems, including inflation persistently above government targets. (Reuters/NAN)

Previous articleBritish International Development Minister arrives Lagos
Next articleGombe Government spends N1.2bn to repair erosion sites

Leave a Reply