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China makes $220 million move




12/7/2017, The Financial Gazette

Shame Makoshori/Phillimon Mhlanga CHINA yesterday became the first global power to offer financial support to President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s new administration, unveiling US$218 million in grants and loans and committing more funding as the international community starts to engage with a post-Mugabe Zimbabwe. Announcing the deal, Zimbabwe’s Finance and Economic Planning Minister Patrick Chinamasa signaled that