Ghana producer inflation jumps to 10.5% in December

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ACCRA (Reuters) – Ghana’s producer price inflation rose sharply to 10.5 percent in December from 3 percent the month before, the statistics office said on Wednesday.

The West African country is under a three-year International Monetary Fund aid programme to address financial problems that include high budget deficits and consumer inflation persistently above government targets.

 

(Reporting by Kwasi Kpodo; Editing by Emma Farge)

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