Rose, Rob
February 2004
African Business;Feb2004, Issue 295, p57
Reports on the crisis faced by the banking system of Zimbabwe. Reason behind the suspension of banks by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe; Effects of the liquidity problems during an economic recession on the banking system of Zimbabwe; Details of the cases filed against some asset managers.


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