Ghana lowers its 2022 deficit forecast to 6.6% of GDP from 7.4% in its mid-year budget review
However, the improvement is coming entirely from higher nominal GDP due to inflation rather than fiscal cuts
Hence, we caution against reading too much into the lower deficit target; much still rides on the IMF's own assessment
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