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CZI wants ‘short-term shock therapy’ 2pct tax gone by end of 2019

By Wendy Muperi, HARARE, October 12 (The Source) The Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) says the 2% tax is a ‘short term shock therapy’ measure for the economy, but asked the government to scrap it by end of next year. Finance minister Mthuli Ncube Read More

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