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Zimbabwe Softens Stance Towards Foreign-owned Shops

The government of Zimbabwe seems to have softened its stance of prosecuting foreigners who operate retail businesses reserved for indigenous people.  The government did not implement an earlier demand that foreign-owned business shut down on January 1. I am in the streets of Harare where restaurants, pharmacies, auto parts shops and other retail businesses operate.  They are mainly foreign-owned.  Since January, shop owners have been jittery after the government asked all...

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