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Ghana’s government announced on Valentine’s Day that it had achieved about 85% participation rate in the controversial domestic debt exchange programme, with observers raising doubts over such a percentage.
The participation rate means that the West African nation has made significant progress towards getting an IMF board approval for a $3bn bailout to rescue its troubled economy, even though external debt is still an unsolved challenge.
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