Remittances to Ghana fell by 6.4% during the first-half of 2013, according to the Bank of Ghana. The decline was on a year-on-year basis as transfers were received through the country?s banking system.

?Private inward transfers received through the banking system from January to June 2013, declined by 6.4% on a year-on-year basis to $8.3 billion,? says the Bank.

Of the total transfers, $928.4 million were accrued to individuals during the half-year compared with $908.7 million in the same period of 2012, the Bank added. (EKOW DADZIE)

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