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PIAC, IFEJ monitor oil revenue funded projects

A team from the Public Interests and Accountability Committee, PIAC, and some members of the Institute of Financial and Economic Journalists, IFEJ, have begun another round of Monitoring of Oil Revenue funded projects.

This time it is in the Brong Ahafo Region.

The two week exercise will take the team to some districts and Municipalities in the region including Kintampo South, Techiman, Tano South, Bechem and Berekum.

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Bank of Ghana cuts policy rate to 17 percent

The Bank of Ghana has cut its monetary policy rate by 100 basis points to 17 percent, saying the risks to the inflation outlook are subdued in the forecast horizon.

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