http://youthub.net/?viagra=viagra-with-prescription viagra with prescription A renowned economist, Mr Kwame Pianim, has said the adopted communiqué of the National Economic Forum should be the beginning of a national dialogue to improve the economic policy recommendations and their implementation.
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“So if we were given limited time to go and contribute, we could have gone and criticised rightly to let Ghanaians know that we are also concerned about the hardship they are facing,” the economist said.
He added: “When that opportunity comes, we should put aside our personal pride and participate in the national interest.”
Mr Pianim commended the government for recognising it worthwhile to organise the national dialogue to tap the expertise of all Ghanaians, an attitude which, he said, stood contrary to those of many African governments.
“There are too many governments who will not admit that they need help and opinions of experts to supplement what they already have to resolve economic challenges,” he said.
Asked what he could say was quite different about the just-ended forum, the economist described the event as “unique as it was the first time an economic policy committee had been set up to co-ordinate all economic management institutions.”
The committee, he said, would review economic issues and begin a process of aligning fiscal and monetary policies.
“We now will see collaboration among the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, Bank of Ghana, National Development Planning Commission and the Ghana Statistical Service.”
“What is also unique was the fact that we also talked about a non-adversarial labour-employer relationship to create new and innovative partnership arrangement for collaboration,” he added.