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African exception

26 July 2012 By Martin Hutchinson

Sitting President John Atta Mills died this week, five months before the next election. Ghana’s economy is among the fastest-growing anywhere, helped by new oil output. But there’s a risk the bonanza is wasted. Mills’ successor needs discipline to achieve long-term prosperity.

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