The deadline for individual bondholders to assent to the governments invitation to the Domestic Debt Exchange Programme(DDEP) has been extended to January 31, 2023.
The extension is to help deepen stakeholder engagement on the proposed policy.
In a tweet by the Office of Finance Minister on Monday, it was explained that there is the need for government to rally consensus towards a successful implementation of the programme, hence the extension of the deadline to the end of the month.
“Building consensus is key to a successful economic recovery for Ghana.
“Pending further stakeholder engagement with institutional and individual investors, recently invited to join the debt exchange programme, government is extending the expiration of the DDE to Jan 31, 2023”, the tweet said.
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