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Byline: Cindy Dilys Maade Asamoah
The African Centre for Economic Transformation (ACET) on Wednesday signed an agreement with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to assist the Government of Ghana in its efforts at reducing poverty, hunger and creating decent jobs for Ghanaians especially the youth.
The President of ACET, Dr. K.Y. Amoako disclosed that ACET started working in Ghana in 2007 as part of its work of helping African countries in their goal of transforming their economies to the benefit of Africans across the continent.
"Economic transformation is about growth, creating jobs, bringing in technology so we can move away from our dependency on …