Government has expressed concern at the alleged misinterpretation of the performance of the Ghanaian economy by some international media houses.
It cited British news agency, Reuters, as well as Financial Times, another British publication, of misrepresenting the facts to create the impression that the economy was the worst performing in the world, following the country's decision to seek assistance from the
The Minister of Communications, Dr.
"According to the Bank of
Government assured all journalists, both local and international, that the government's doors were always open for them to fact-check their stories with relevant sector ministries before they publish them. "This would do as much good for their reputation as it would the quality of discourse that often relies on their stories," Boamah said.
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