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Ghana no longer middle-income country - Economist

Ghana has lost its lower middle-income economic status, international economist Dr Kwaku Osafo has said.
He pointed out that the indicators that qualified the country into that status are no longer reflecting as they currently point to a reversion to the former status of developing economy.
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