Sata’s Death Seen Posing Risks as Zambia-IMF Talks LagMatthew Hill
The death of Zambian president Michael Sata will delay talks planned with the International Monetary Fund and reintroduces fiscal risks for the southern African country, according to Moody’s Investors Service.
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