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Pepsi boss bemoans forex shortages

Zimbabwe needs to fix its foreign exchange shortage if it is to attract more investment, RJ Corporation chairperson Ravi Jaipuria said. RJ Corporation owns Varun Beverages which in turn holds the PepsiCo licence in Zimbabwe. The post Pepsi boss bemoans forex shortages appeared first on Nehanda Radio.

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