7 Flaws in Ghana’s Debt Restructuring and how to fix them – Bright Simons writes

In From Other Parts by Michael Rae

Many might recall how in the year 2000 Ghana found itself, for the sixth time in its history, unable to continue servicing its accumulated debts, accepted the tag of a “Highly Indebted Poor Country” (HIPC), and underwent a series of reforms that ended in 2003. As a result of the

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