Accra — Ghana is selling the longest-dated Eurobond ever issued by a sub-Saharan African government as it looks to raise as much as $3bn. 

West Africa’s second-biggest economy entered the market on Tuesday offering a three-part dollar transaction with final maturities of 2027, 2035 and 2061, according to a person familiar with the matter who asked not to be identified...

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