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    Jun 29, 2017· The fact that this decline has not been offset by competitiveness gains for theprocessingindustry does not bode well for the countries’ respective copper and chromium industries and their contribution toeconomic growthand development.Zimbabwe’sexport ban has backfired and some important lessons can be drawn from this case.

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    Externaleconomicpressures and political changes have also further muddied the country’smining framework. In 2017, South African magazine Business Day reported thatthe Zimbabwean economyhad halved since 2000, and inflation rose by 176% across the nationaleconomyin June 2019 alone, according to the country’sNational Statistical Agency.

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