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July 22 (Bloomberg) -- Ghana is committed to achieving its revised budget deficit forecast of 5.1 percent of gross domestic product for 2011, said Fifi Kwetey, the deputy finance minister.
Parliament approved a supplementary budget that increased spending by 1.5 billion cedis for the year, Kwetey said in a telephone interview today from Accra, the capital.
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