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U.S. economic assistance to Zaire, Kenya, and Zimbabwe
|Other titles||Foreign assistance programs in the South Pacific : the U.S. role.|
|Contributions||Gulick, Lewis., Boyer, Robert K., United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.|
|LC Classifications||HC60 .U185 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
|LC Control Number||81601271|
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U.S.-Zimbabwe Relations The United Kingdom formally granted independence to Zimbabwe (formerly Rhodesia) infollowing years of conflict between minority white rulers and majority black insurgent. International Trade in Zimbabwe After ten years of an economic decline, when the country's economy shrank more than 50% in between and (due to poor economic management, an unorganized program of agrarian reforms and the withdrawal its financial aid sponsors), the country's growth became positive in Ten months ago, on AugZimbabwe’s year old leader, Robert Mugabe announced a point plan to revitalize economic growth.
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Zimbabwe's economic potential could be 'huge' post-Mugabe, analysts say Published Thu, Nov 16 AM EST Updated Fri, Nov 17 AM EST Natasha Turak @NatashaTurakAuthor: Natasha Turak. When I went to Zimbabwe inthere were 10 Zim dollars to one U.S.
dollar. By the time I came back inon the parallel market or the illegal currency market, it was Zim dollars to one. Agency for International Development (AID) Economic Data Book for Africa. Agency for International Development, Washington, D.C., Statistics and Re-ports Division.
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