Ghana: June inflation drops to 12.1
Ghana's monthly inflation eased to 12.1 percent in June this year, APA learns Thursday.
This represents a 0.5 reduction over the figure of 12.6 percent recorded in May.
The trend shows a steady decline in the prices of goods and services over the last two months, which economic analysts have attributed to the policies being put in place by government to stabilise the economy.
The Acting Government Statistician, Mr. Baah Wadie, has journalists in Accra on Wednesday that the decline was due to food and non-food inflation respectively.
Ghana has been working hard to stabilise the prices of goods and services to create a congenial atmosphere of growth and prosperity.