During Tokyo visit, Ghana’s finance minister upbeat on future funding opportunities in Asia

Many African countries are starting to look toward Asia to develop deeper economic relationships and tap into the region’s abundant investment resources to fund development needs, Ghanaian Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta said Wednesday in an interview …
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