How bad government can ruin a country: the case of Zimbabwe

ACDE Trade & Development Seminars


David Gadiel, Centre for Independent Studies


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Tuesday, 30 October, 2018 - 14:00 to 15:30

The history of Zimbabwe is a portrait of decay and mismanagement that ruined a once-thriving economy. With its sophisticated institutions, a stable banking system, a manufacturing base and a highly-capitalised farming industry, Zimbabwe inherited the richest, most developed land in Africa after South Africa.

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