Zimbabwe borrows $ 985 million from pan-African lenders – Central Banking


The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has borrowed $ 985 million from pan-African lending institutions to cover imports of basic products, John Mangudya governor told the country's parliament on March 4.

The southern African nation is grappling with hyperinflation, low exports, and insufficient foreign exchange reserves. These cover just months of imports, according to deputy governor Jesimen Chipika, and stood at $ 200 million in September 2018.

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