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Zimbabwe economy to grow 6%+ in 2014

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Although not often thought of as a trading partner, Zimbabwe is yet another African country which is experiencing economic growth while the major economies of the world struggle. Recent official figures forecast Zimbabwe’s economy will grow 6.1% this year.

The country’s chief industries, offering potential for import-export, are agriculture, mining and construction. As a result of political problems and the collapse of the Zimbabwe dollar in 2009 the currencies used for trading here are the US Dollar, South African Rand and Botswanan Pula.

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