Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur says the measures being enforced by the Bank of Ghana to stabilize the cedi against the major trading currencies are to restore policy credibility, stability and certainty in the economy.
They also seek to enforce legal requirements for doing business and to reduce the dollarisation of the economy.
He said the measures are to assure both domestic and foreign investors of adequate reforms on their investments.
Vice President Amissah-Arthur said this when he opened the 4th Annual American Chambers in Africa Summit in Accra.
He said government will continue to work to create a competitive environment for investments to thrive.