Zimbabwe Indigenisation Minister Takes On Banks

From empty sky Sun Jan 20 2013, 23:57:00

Banks appear to be the next target in Zimbabwe's indigenisation process (link). Kasukuwere said last week that "he was targeting the banks namely Barclays, Stanbic and Standard Chartered which are still to comply with the indigenisation law". Reserve Bank Governor, Gideon Gono and Finance Minister, Tendai Biti have both called for caution in dealing with the banking sector. Zimbabwe is still

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