Ghana stands apart from other African economies thanks to its consolidated democratic achievements as well as the pace of its economic growth since the early 2000s. The start of oil production in the second decade of the 21st century has significantly transformed the nation’s economic landscape, resulting in faster growth, but also exposing the country to variations in crude oil prices.
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