New figures from the Bank of Ghana have revealed that Ghana’s total balance of trade for February 2017 recorded a surplus of 573 million dollars.
This is equivalent to 1.3 percent of Gross Domestic Product for the period.
The surplus is an improvement compared to the over 500 million dollars deficit recorded in February 2016.
But the country’s revenue from cocoa for the period dropped by ten percent.
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