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Ghana’s performance on the 2015 Index of Economic Freedom

Ghana’s economic freedom score is 63.0, making its economy the 71st freest in the 2015 Index. Its overall score is  1.2 points lower than last year, with improvements in freedom from corruption and monetary freedom outweighed by  declines in the management of government spending, investment freedom, and labor freedom. Ghana is ranked 5th out of  46 countries in the Sub-Saharan Africa region, and its overall  score remains above the world average.

See World highlights of the 2015 Index of Economic freedom.

Published in collaboration with the Heritage Foundation, Washington DC. 

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