BREAKING: Ghana’s inflation rate jumps to 50.3% in November 2022


The Ghana Statistics Service announced on Wednesday that the country’s annual consumer inflation rose to 50.3% in November, up from 40.4% the previous month.

Ghana has been facing a severe economic crisis that prompted a restructuring of its local debts last week. The country also announced a deal with the IMF for a $3 billion bailout.

Ghana’s inflation rate was just 13.6% in January this year, but it has continued to experience price increases driven by currency depreciation and the fiscal crisis.

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