Zimbabwe Farm Rent Seen Rolling Back Effect of Land SeizuresBloomberg News
Former corn exporter to import grain this year after drought
Zimbabwe seeks to restore `breadbasket' status in Africa
Zimbabwe plans to pass a law that will force large and small-scale farmers to pay a quarterly rent to the state or face eviction after a program of seizing white-owned commercial farms between 2000 and 2008 decimated crop exports and food production.
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