distribution of oil revenues in Ghana distribution of oil revenues in Ghana Written by Corinna Justin Leblanc-March 3, 2011 Wednesday, March 2 This stood in the parliament of Ghana in Accra meeting, which aimed to determine the proper method with which would affected oil wealth.Note that this country is filled with many resources such as cocoa, where he is ranked second worldwide behind the ivory, gold where it appears second largest producer in Africa and many others ... "Hi." "Oh, hello Emma." He smiles and my heart skips a beat. " We start to walk down it and we find ourselves underneath dozens of mistletoe. They're chatting, when I notice Harry outside." I have to go, I'll catch up later." I stand and walk over to him. "Sure, Ron and Hermione did just go to find Chris, you know how he's always running off." "Yea." We start walking and we find a path in the woods,"Well what's this? The country joined the club of countries currently exporting crude .
The IMF says a confidence futures in the days, "Ghana is expected this year to grow by about 13%, due to half of oil revenues" Prospects are happy for this country, in that in addition to gold timber and cocoa, Ghana's population will be living from oil revenues that would probably be the main source of income in the future.
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Indeed, the parliament intends to allocate 10% of oil revenues produced.
The vote Wednesday was seen to coincide with a routine mission from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in this country.
It is 70% in total wealth generated by oil to be allocated to development projects in the country.
The point on which parliamentarians have seriously retarded the question is the percentage returning to the region that serves as a base oil plant facilities.