Behind the Brand--Gary Vaynerchuk: Why "Family First" Is At The Front Of His Business

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Ghanaian elections are notorious for wreaking disaster on the economy. Since 1992 a typical election year has seen the incumbent government put on the cloak of populism by ramping up spending to make voters happy and secure their endorsement at the ballot box. The splurge invariably leaves the economy in dire condition, with large budget deficits, runaway inflation, and a tumbling currency. A period of belt-tightening always ensues after the election, lasting until the next one, when fiscal caution is yet again thrown to ...