Zimbabwe Secures $200m To Import Maize

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Zimbabwe has received $200m from the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) to import much needed grain as the southern African nation grapples with food shortages following a prolonged drought.

“We have arranged a facility of $200 million from Afreximbank and we will be importing from anywhere in the world," Zimbabwe Reserve Bank Governor John Mangudya, said on a state radio.
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