IMF Lowers Growth Forecast for Zimbabwe Due to Drought

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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Wednesday lowered Zimbabwe's economic growth outlook for this year to 1.5%, as headwinds in China and South Africa worsened the country's economic prospects. The IMF attributed its decision to weak revenue from exports, compounded by persistently softer commodity prices and drought conditions.