Blueprint to Ghana's Economy | Peter Bismark
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Blueprint to Ghana's Economy | Peter Bismark

The increase in Ghana’s public debt stock has nearly doubled from 36.9% of GDP at the end of 2009 to GH? 119.9 Billion (71.9% of GDP) in November 2016.

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Open Letter to the President of Ghana |
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Open Letter to the President of Ghana |

Dear Mr President, I extend my warm regards. I believe you are faring well as you lead this great nation of ours.

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Why Capital Needs Entrepreneurs | Antony P. Mueller
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Why Capital Needs Entrepreneurs | Antony P. Mueller

The productivity theory of capital dominates the popular view and public discussions. It presumes that capital generates the yield like a tree begets its fruits.

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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 ISIS/IS in Syria and some parts of Iraq brings into the discussion the influx of cache of ammunition 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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I am a Libertarian Because I Respect Individual Sovereignty | Peter Bismark
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I am a Libertarian Because I Respect Individual Sovereignty | Peter Bismark

The view that each person has the right to live his life in any way he pleases so long as equal rights are respected for happier and prosperous society is one of the principles of Libertarianism. Right to life, liberty and property ownership existed naturally before the Government came into force.

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Ghana’s Economy Beyond GDP | Nat. Dwamena
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Ghana’s Economy Beyond GDP | Nat. Dwamena

Globally a lot are considering moving beyond 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.

In recent times, according to World Bank, the economic wealth of low income countries doubled which was almost more than the global average of 66%, but the increase in population growth in low income countries mean t

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