One year into Hakainde Hichilema’s presidency, Zambia has taken key steps on the path out of a sovereign default, including securing an IMF deal this month. But with debt restructuring talks yet to conclude in earnest, the road to debt sustainability remains treacherous and we think that there is a high chance that additional debt relief will be needed further down the line.
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