As per the Bretton Woods institution s Zimbabwe Economic Briefing for April, the southern African country s economic performance for this year would be weighed below by the carry-over effects of a 2013 slowdown that saw the economy expanding by 3.4 percent against a five-percent target.
The bank projects that return in the mining sector would remain controlled, with an approximated 3.3-percent growth in 2014 due to lower international prices and subdued investment. The global environment is supposed to affect the Zimbabwean economy through a stronger
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