By David Parkes and Ofei Kwafo-Akoto King & Wood Mallesons’ London Office
Ghana has faced a series of macroeconomic challenges over the past year, with sustained depreciation of the cedi against major foreign currencies, high fiscal and current account deficits and a slowdown in real GDP growth. Despite this, the country remains one of the bright spots for investment in the West African sub-region. Attracting foreign investment continues to be a key priority for the Government and certain recent legislative developments reveal strong efforts to create an enabling regulatory environment for investors.
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