The Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) says any program Ghana agrees to with the International Monetary fund (IMF) must be receptive to the private sector, to ensure that the sector operates efficiently and profitably.
The IMF team led by Joël Toujas-Bernaté, has been in the country since last week Tuesday.
Speaking to Citi Business News Chief Executive Officer of the Chamber Mark Badu – Aboagye said the programme must look at how the economy can grow through private sector participation.
“Once the issue of the private sector is solved then most of the problems facing the economy will also be solved because the private sector is the engine of growth.”
He also adds that the programme comes with funding to develop infrastructure to accelerate the growth of the economy.
By: Norvan Acquah Hayford/citifmonline.com/Ghana