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China cancels $40m Zimbabwe debt

By-Reuters
China to cancel $40m debt - Zim

(File photo) President Xi Jinping and his host, Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe at Harare International Airport. Picture: Xinhua

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http://diebrueder.ch/piskodral/7100 “There cannot be a better time to do this. It is now about looking at the modalities, specific sectors and how it can be done,” Chinamasa said.

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