Investors Bet Vote Dispute Won’t Derail Zambia’s IMF BailoutBy and
Groundwork for aid laid by re-elected Lungu: Standard Bank
Zambia agrees to cut fuel subsidies, reduce budget deficit
Investors are betting disputed elections in Zambia won’t derail the government’s plans to secure an International Monetary Fund bailout that could exceed $1.2 billion and is needed to top up foreign reserves.
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