ZIMBABWE’s gross domestic product (GDP) will grow at a slower pace this year than government has predicted due to a poor agricultural season, declining exports and lack of clear policies to stem a long drawn crisis, a stockbroker has predicted. Government has revised growth targets announced in the 2016 National Budget at 2,7 percent to 1,5 percent. This figure remains largely ambitious given the sustained economic crisis in the country, highlighted by a blazing liquidity crisis. Click for more.
Zimbabwe GDP to slow down – The Financial Gazette - 30/06/16
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