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The average interest offered by banks on customer deposits has dropped by about 0.4 percent between February and March this year.

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 Apr-25:  
Gov’t not Ending IMF Programme
 Apr-25:  
BoG Will Not Finance Budget Deficit – Governor
 Apr-25:  
Let’s Be Circumspect In Discussing $2.25bn Bond — FirstBanc MD
 
 Apr-24:  
Ghana Gas Signs Big Deal
 Apr-24:  
Gov’t To Introduce Tax Exemptions For SMEs
 
 Apr-22:  
Bawumia Leads Delegation For Talks To Revitalise Economy
 
 Apr-21:  
We Don't Foresee Tariff Reduction – ACEP
 Apr-21:  
NDC Lied Over $2.3bn Bond
 Apr-21:  
Minority's Claims Malicious...Designed To Undermine Govt's Integrity - Fin Ministry
 
 Apr-20:  
Gov’t Bans Mining Around Water Bodies
 
 Apr-19:  
Business In Accra Gradually Picks Up
 Apr-19:  
Minority Calls For Inquiry Into Government Bond
 
 Apr-18:  
Tax Cuts, Cedi Stability Fetters Inflation
 Apr-18:  
Ghana, Czech Republic Sign Double Taxation Agreement
 Apr-18:  
Bawumia, Ofori-Atta Lead Gov't Delegation To IMF/World Bank Spring Meetings
 Apr-18:  
‘We Have Arrested The Cedi’
 Apr-18:  
Ghana’s Growth To Pick Up - IMF
 
 Apr-17:  
Ofori-Atta Pledges Crackdown On Wasteful Public Spending
 Apr-17:  
Ghana Must Ensure Fiscal Discipline - IMF
 
 Apr-15:  
GRA To Slap 125% Interest Fine On Defaulting Persons, Companies
 
 Apr-14:  
Ghana May Not Continue With Mahama's IMF Programme- Ofori Atta Hints
 Apr-14:  
Black Market Dealers In Ghana’s Petroleum Sector Cause $500m Loss In 2016 – Report
 Apr-14:  
Stronger Insurance Regulation Needed--Dep. Finance Minister
 
 Apr-13:  
Ghana Stands A Good Chance Of Turning Economy Around – Says IMF
 Apr-13:  
Transparency, Integrity Dear To Us – BoG
 Apr-13:  
Pension Funds: GH¢545m Paid
 Apr-13:  
Inflation Declines To 12.8%
 Apr-13:  
Nana Addo’s 100-Days In Office - Businesses Expecting More
 Apr-13:  
Recreation And Culture Record Highest Inflation Rates
 
 Apr-12:  
Cedi Stabilisation Not Artificial: Ofori-Atta
 Apr-12:  
New Tax Exemptions Rules Could Breed Corruption – Expert
 Apr-12:  
Ghana, Czech Republic Sign Double Taxation Agreement
 
 Apr-11:  
More Than 100 Million People To Face Severe Food Insecurity
 
 Apr-10:  
Regulatory Requirements Not Impediments – BoG
 
 Apr-07:  
Public Utility Workers Unhappy With Government
 
 Apr-06:  
Gov't Breaks Another Election Promise
 Apr-06:  
Achievement Of The 2017 Budget Depends On GRA
 Apr-06:  
New Transport Fares Unacceptable - Kojo Oppong-Nkrumah
 
 Apr-05:  
BoG Justifies Printing Of New GHC5 Bank Note
 
 Apr-04:  
Government Is Committed To Solving Unemployment Challenge – First Lady
 Apr-04:  
Expedite Action On Government Projects - Minister
 Apr-04:  
Minister Grab $2.3bn In Historic Deal
 
 Apr-03:  
Government Assures IMF Of Stability Despite BoG Governor’s Resignation
 Apr-03:  
Finance Ministry To Run Economy With GH¢64.116 bn
 Apr-03:  
Ghana To Receive $1.2bn From World Bank
 Apr-03:  
‘Ghana’s Debt Is No Debt’
 
 Apr-01:  
Value Added Tax Amendment Bill Passed
 Apr-01:  
Procurement Authority Granted Powers To Charge Nominal Levies
 
 Mar-31:  
No Contract Will Be Awarded Without The Knowledge Of The Central Government - Bawumia
 Mar-31:  
Gov’t Intensifies War On Corruption, Money-Laundering