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Harare — Zimbabwe’s finance minister said on Monday the economy would not be as severely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic as initially feared and foreign currency inflows had shown resilience.

The Southern African nation was already grappling with runaway inflation, shortages of drugs in hospitals and strikes by public workers before the novel coronavirus arrived in March...

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