Ghana inflation slows to 26.4% y/y in November


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Ghana’s consumer inflation slowed to 26.4% year on year in November from 35.2% in October, the statistics service said on Thursday.

The cocoa, gold and oil-producing country facing its worst economic crisis in a generation is in talks with bilateral and commercial creditors to restructure its debts.

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