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Bank of Ghana

The history of the Bank of Ghana begins with the Bank of Gold Coast (BCG)

The history of the Bank of Ghana begins with the Bank of Gold Coast (BCG). In the 1950s, as independence loomed, politicians and economists developed the idea of forming the Central Bank of Ghana. In 1957, two days before the declaration of independence, the Bank of Ghana Ordinance was passed in the British Parliament and the Bank of Ghana was established.
The Republic of Ghana is a country in West Africa, located on the north coast of the Gulf of Guinea, with the capital Accra. The currency used in Ghana is the Ghana Cedi (Ghana Cedi), code GHS.

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