The Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta Thursday presented a review of the 2018 budget statement to Parliament.
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One key highlight of the statement was the non-increment in Value Added Tax (VAT) as speculated.
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He noted, â€œI will also like to advise our friends [Minority], that we should stop taking directions on economic policy from social media. Mr Speaker, VAT will be maintained at 12 and half percent.”
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