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Zambia’s Debt Crisis to hit 69% of GDP

Fitch Ratings cut Zambia deeper into junk Thursday, citing a widening budget gap and a faster-than-expected increase in debt levels. How can Zambia survive, especially as her debt to China increases by the day?

Zambia’s Debt Crisis to hit 69% of GDP
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