Ghanaian Pound


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Ghanaian Pound

The currency of Ghana between 1958 and 1965. It replaced the British West African pound shortly after Ghana's independence. In 1965, it was changed to the first Ghanaian cedi.
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Rimmer traces the serious consequences of establishing an autonomous Ghanaian currency, initially the Ghanaian pound, then the cedi, to replace the previous currency tied to sterling.