The State of Ghana’s Economy Beyond GDP | ILAPI
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The State of Ghana’s Economy Beyond GDP | ILAPI

Globally, a lot are considering moving beyond Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to get the whole picture of economic health and sustainable development of their countries. In the 1950s and 1960s, most developing countries met their growth targets, however, the standard of living of the masses remain unchanged.

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  • 23-04-2019 at 05:27:09 AM
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Reduction of Import Duties Would Increase Importers Purchasing Power - ILAPI
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Reduction of Import Duties Would Increase Importers Purchasing Power - ILAPI

Ghana Union of Trade Association (GUTA) deliberation with the President, Nana Akuffo Addo Danquah is a step to buying votes as many critiques keep espousing that view. It is an interposition to safe the Cedi from sinking and again, many others have disputed same.

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  • 19-04-2019 at 11:25:37 AM
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Robert W. Valentine of the Libertarian Party in the Netherlands Joins ILAPI’s Board
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Robert W. Valentine of the Libertarian Party in the Netherlands Joins ILAPI’s Board

The Institute for Liberty and Policy Innovation (ILAPI), is happy to announce that, Robert W. Valentine has joined its Board of Directors to share his experience and knowledge to help ceate a prosperous free society.

 Robert is currently the Chairman of the Libertarian Party (LP) in the Netherlands.

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IS Fighters may be Leaving Syria for Africa, PSC of AU must Act | Peter Bismark
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IS Fighters may be Leaving Syria for Africa, PSC of AU must Act | Peter Bismark

Defeating Islamic State (IS) in Syria and some parts of Iraq brings into the discussion the influx of cache of ammunitions and hardened fighters to Africa. This could be a serious security threat to Africa should leaders on the continent have no measurable outputs in place.

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  • 23-04-2019 at 05:24:48 AM
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Freedom to Education has been Stolen from Children in Central Africa Republic | Peter Bismark
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Freedom to Education has been Stolen from Children in Central Africa Republic | Peter Bismark

From the years 1920 -2017, the people of Central African Republic (CAR) have never enjoyed a peaceful and free prosperous society. From Saint-Sylvestre coup d'état in 1965 through to other coups and various violence up to date have denied the new generation, their basic right to education and a healthy future.

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Escape From the Welfare Trap - Anthony Muller
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Escape From the Welfare Trap - Anthony Muller

People like the welfare state because they suppose that it comes at no costs and provides many benefits. If people knew how much the present consumption of social benefits entails less prosperity in the future, the population would have a critical attitude towards the welfare state and politicians would have a harder time selling their fraud.

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