Zambia: New government seeks IMF backing to support reform plans


Issue 445 - 10 Sep 2021 - By Chiwoyu Sinyangwe

The newly elected government of President Hakainde Hichilema is hoping to agree an International Monetary Fund (IMF) package to stabilise foreign exchange reserves and enhance Zambia’s credibility as it seeks to renegotiate with lenders.

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