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Ghana flies 200 students abroad to train as doctors

The Institute for Energy Security (IES) has predicted prices of fuel will remain stable at the pumps as a result of the strength of the Cedi. In its second-window pricing report for May, the IES also noted some oil marking companies are likely to reduce prices too. “The Cedi’s appreciation against the U.S Dollar could render the marginal increment in prices of finished products on the international market negligible to be passed on to the final consumer. Whereas Gasoline went up 1.24% and Gasoil shot up 0.09%, the market could...
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