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To switch E-Levy or not: Reactions via social media as government reports excursion to IMF

Government utilizes E-Levy as legitimization against IMF bailout

Government begins IMF bailout process

Web-based entertainment clients call for E-Levy inversion

 

Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta

The Ministry of Information has declared a choice by the public authority of Ghana to look for an IMF bailout following a while of turning down the thought.

The public authority, while invalidating ideas of a potential IMF bailout more than a while, contended energetically to acquire parliamentary endorsement and executed a 1.5% duty on every single Electronic Transfer.

Known as the E-Levy, the new duty strategy was promoted as a virtuoso local income preparation instrument that could fix the country’s financial footings.

Around one month after its execution, the E-Levy has acknowledged recently 10% of its normal income and has been located by certain pundits as a justification of how terrible the public authority misjudged the capability of the E-Levy.

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Nearly couple of days after it was uncovered that the E-Levy has apparently neglected to accomplish its objective, the public authority has at long last set off the interaction for an IMF bailout.

This has gotten a few responses via online entertainment for certain clients snagging in E-Levy into the discussions.

A few clients have brought up the public authority’s industrious safeguard of the E-Levy as a panacea for going to the IMF while others are requiring the all out inversion of the duty strategy because of the reported IMF bailout.

See a few online entertainment responses to government’s declaration of looking for IMF bailout underneath:

To switch E-Levy or not: Reactions via social media as government reports excursion to IMF
To switch E-Levy or not: Reactions via social media as government reports excursion to IMF

 

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