Persisting income inequality and rising inflation pose risks to consumer market development in Ghana. While a large share of the population is devoting the lion’s share of their income to essentials, discretionary spending is set to remain below the regional average. Nevertheless, a large-scale fiscal stimulus is expected to add to rising consumer income, while intensifying infrastructure development is set to foster economic growth within the country’s largest consumer market, Greater Accra.
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