Liz Truss announces UK-Ghana trade deal

UK Secretary of State for International Trade, Liz Truss, announced on Tuesday the signing of a trade deal with the Republic of Ghana.

The former British colony - population 30 million - has a consistently growing economy, with a GDP of around $50 billion, a higher figure than six EU member states.

The deal means the UK has now secured trade agreements with 65 non-EU countries, representing trade worth £217 billion in 2019.

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