President Akufo-Addo has disclosed plans of the government to harness the benefits of technology to locally produce goods.
Per a 3news.com.gh report, he explained that the government would focus on building its human capital.
This, he added, would be achieved by shaping the educational system to enable young people utilize modern technology to contribute to economic growth.
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“We have come to a major crossroad in Ghanaian development, where we are looking to take some measures that can enable our economy to improve itself,” he said when vice president of the World Bank Africa, Hafez Ghanem, called on him at the Jubilee House on Monday, March 25, 2019.
He added that Ghana’s raw material-producing economy is fragile even though it has been essential to the country’s economic structure.
He went on to say the economy can no longer fully serve the needs of the country and as such, there is a need to modernize it.
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