cedi


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  • noun

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the basic unit of money in Ghana

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One of the first people to benefit from CEDI was Vanessa Flounders.
CEDI Diagnostics supplies more than twenty products for the early detection of diseases in farm animals.
After nearly a year of continuous slide, the local currency, the cedi, finally found some brakes to slow down the downhill plunge.
The Ghanaian Cedi has fallen by almost 6 percent against other currencies in 2014, and this has adversely affected local businesses.
Given the uncertainty that persists until a deal with the IMF is signed, and the likely pressure on the cedi until then, we expect the Bank of Ghana to be relatively cautious," Razia Khan, the Head of Africa research at Standard Chartered Bank Plc in London, said in an e-mailed response to questions on Monday.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group and dedicated on the private sector in the developing nations, has announced that it has decided to defer its strategy for the issuance of 2 billion cedi bond in Ghana.
Potential inflation risks from the weakening cedi currency and high government spending are considered as the reasons.
All this is done without the addition of chemicals as required in other manufacturers' CEDI systems.
Formerly a division of Groupe CEDI based in Paris, France, Pendar, has supplied switches to aerospace customers such as Boeing, Fokker, Airbus Industries, and Marconi Avionics.
Moreover, high inflation, Ghanaian cedi depreciation, and large fiscal deficits weaken confidence and consequently investment.