Finance Minister Seth Tekper has revealed that Ghana will go into negotiation with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) with the country’s home grown solutions to make a case for better conditions.
The team from the International Monetary Fund will today begin negotiations for a programme expected to get Ghana out of its current economic challenges.
A number of stakeholders have expressed their opinions on what Ghana’s position should be with some calling for a focus on the cocoa sector.
Finance Minister, Seth Tekper speaking to Citi Business News said the home grown solution and recommendations from the Senchi consensus will be the key tools to make Ghana’s case.
Seth Tekper also revealed that the decision to go to the fund stems from the Senchi Economic forum.
The negotiated programme is expected to kick start in November this year.
Former Finance Minister and Chairman of the National Development Planning Commission, Kwesi Botwey will lead the Ghanaian team in the negotiations.
By: Anim Kwaku Boadu/citifmonline.com/Ghana