Ghana’s economy will lose steam in 2020, owing to lower oil production, weak global demand, global supply chain disruptions, and a steep decline in international travel, trade and retail and hospitality services. Coronavirus (COVID-19) containment measures, including the lockdown, and social distancing are expected to have disrupted service and manufacturing activities. Real GDP should bounce back to record growth of 5.3% in 2021, with annual growth rates of around 5.1% per year in 2024-2027.
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