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KPMG 2022 Pre-Budget Survey Report

This year’s survey was conducted at a time when many firms, especially financial institutions are adjusting to economic and regulatory reforms...

The Ghanaian economy continues to respond to the impacts and shocks from COVID-19, which threatened the consistent gains made by government towards achieving its 2030 Agenda. Provisional first quarter GDP estimates released by the Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) indicate that overall growth rate of 2021is estimated at 3.1% compared to the 2020 provisional outturn of 0.4%.

Over the past few years, KPMG conducts a pre-budget survey before the national budget is issued by government. The purpose of this is to obtain feedback from the business community on the effectiveness of government's policies and also to solicit public expectations for the next budget cycle.

This year’s survey was conducted at a time when many firms, especially financial institutions are adjusting to economic and regulatory reforms, global macro-economic uncertainties and technological disruptions.

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