Brazil recently approved USD90.7m debt relief for Zambia, which represents 80% of the USD113.4m debt owed by Zambia to Brazil as of July 31st, 2011.
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The Government of Zambia has signed a USD2.3b contract with China Civil Engineering Construction Company (CECC) for the construction of a 388.8km railway line in…
The European Union (EU) will further strengthen its development relations with Zambia in key growth sectors such as agriculture, energy, and governance.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) announced that it stands ready to support Zambia and its people as needed after an IMF staff visit to the…
The Zambian Central Statistical Office (CSO) indicates that the annual rate of inflation in October 2016 decreased to 12.5%, from 18.9% in September 2016.
Zambia’s President Edgar Lungu recently said that agriculture will be a top priority in the country’s economic diversification agenda.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) projects that Zambia’s GDP growth will reach 4% in 2017, compared to 3% in 2016.
Zambia’s President Lungu recently said that his government will commit to promoting renewable energy development in the country, including solar and biogas.
The Zambian Government officially launched its economic recovery program on October 20th, 2016.
Zambia’s President Lungu recently said that his government aims to create 1m additional jobs in the next 5 years in manufacturing, agriculture, infrastructure, tourism, and…