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Nitro Brand in Ghana

Nitro Brand in Ghana
Nitro Brand in Ghana

In August 1999 the Ghanaian government imposed a severe state of recession that forced the country out of the World Bank (WBC). Although the World Bank’s “Budget for Sustainable Development” has been hailed by the Ghanaian population as one of the most successful achievements for developing the economy on an ever-increasing scale over the last century, most were unable to work beyond the minimum wage. In many of these areas, the employment of black, African-born workers took off. A new generation of Ghanaians began working or joining the labour force at a rate that, from the very beginning, had been a far more rapid and effective means of supplementing those with jobs at the lowest wage.

While many aspects of the WBC continue to struggle today after the reforms took effect in 1994, a handful of emerging economic prospects remain. These include:

The government invests in infrastructure to meet the needs of citizens over the longer term.

The government is encouraged to continue to create jobs for workers, as it provides an infrastructure to support and grow the country’s economy and promote growth in education, employment and technology.

Mandatory labour rights are finally included on the WBC’s “Provisional Agenda for Sustainable Development” which includes reforms to protect the rights of workers, to prevent arbitrary deprivation of rights, to ensure the right of workers over time to have their