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InterNations claims that various factors impede Ghana's economic development, including insufficient infrastructure, a weak educational system, high levels of illegal immigration, drug trafficking and a disproportionate ... More »

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"MEDC" is an acronym for more economically developed country. Its meaning is similar to terms such as advanced country, industrialized country, more developed country, Global North country, first world country or post-in... More »

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The Brandt Line is an invisible line across the world that divides the rich north from the poor south. The Brandt Line corresponds with the divide between economically developed and industrialized countries and those cou... More »

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The country of Ghana is located in western Africa. Ghana is situated between Cote d'Ivoire and Togo, and it also borders Burkina Faso. Ghana is bordered by the Gulf of Guinea to the south. More »

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Although there is no official religion in Ghana, approximately 71.2 percent of Ghana's population is Christian, as of 2015, according to the CIA website. However, Muslims make up about 17.6 percent of population while tr... More »

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According to 2010 estimates, 71.2 percent of Ghana's 26.3 million citizens are Christians, of whom more than one-fourth identify as practitioners of Pentecostal or Charismatic Christianity, by far the largest group of Ch... More »

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Ghana Web contains a variety of articles relating to the country of Ghana, including reports on current events, editorials on relevant country issues, feature pieces from Ghanaian entertainment artists and reports on spo... More »

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