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Zambia: on the rocky road to restore macro stability

The victory of Hakainde Hichilema in last week’s Zambian elections will probably nudge the country in the direction of more prudent macroeconomic policies and reforms under an IMF deal. These may bear fruit over a long time horizon, but we think that the recovery will remain sluggish in the near-term.

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