Parliament accepts revised 2022 Budget

Parliament yesterday accepted the modification of the 2022 Budget Statement and Economic Policy of the government. The acceptance by the House followed the laying of the revised budget statement that contained key concessions that address the key concerns expressed by the public, the Minority in Parliament and employers over the 2022 budget. The document also […]

2022 Budget: Govt makes concessions – No consensus yet on E-levy – Finance Minister

The government has made concessions in the 2022 Budget Statement as part of consensus-building around the policy document. The concessions include the exclusion of mineral royalties collateralisation in the Agyapa Royalties deal, the earmarking of about GH¢10 million to complete feasibility studies and engineering for coastal communities adversely affected by tidal waves, as well as […]

2022 Budget is a Masterclass for Wealth and Job Creation-says Razak Kojo Opoku 

The 2022 Budget aims at empowering Ghanaians to be self-reliance and self-creating. That is, creating the enabling environment for Ghanaians to set up their own businesses, expand to employ more hands thereby reducing the rate of youth unemployment and generally contribute to the growth of the economy. The sustainability of every economy largely depends on […]