Zambia braces for IMF crunch talks
09 February 2021 | 2:41 pm
Zambia has been gearing up for talks with the IMF after becoming the first African nation to default on debt since the COVID-19 pandemic started. But analysts say an IMF loan is unlikely until after August elections.
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