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Zimbabwe’s huge say in US$60m lithium market

Zimbabwe is one of only two African countries included in the worldwide report titled ‘Lithium, Keeping an Ion Global Trends, Risks, Opportunities in a Supercharged Market’.
By Tatira Zwinoira Sep. 18, 2022

Global agency downgrades Zimbabwe’s growth projections

Fitch’s downgrade came at a time the local currency was depreciating rapidly against major currencies with a single United States dollar now trading for $393,85 on the official market, down from $108,66 at the beginning of the year.

By The Standard Jul. 17, 2022

Global agency downgrades Zimbabwe’s growth projections

Fitch’s downgrade came at a time the local currency was depreciating rapidly against major currencies with a single United States dollar now trading for $393,85 on the official market, down from $108,66 at the beginning of the year.

By The Standard Jul. 17, 2022

Zimbabwe deals help China tighten African lithium grip

Lithium has become a vital raw material required in the transition to a green economy. Lithium ion batteries are commonly utilised in EV manufacturing and in electric devices or solar panels to store excess solar energy.

By The Standard Mar. 13, 2022

Zimbabwe deals help China tighten African lithium grip

Lithium has become a vital raw material required in the transition to a green economy. Lithium ion batteries are commonly utilised in EV manufacturing and in electric devices or solar panels to store excess solar energy.

By The Standard Mar. 13, 2022

Global agency projects rise in Zim trade deficit

The projection for the year is after Fitch Solutions forecasted the trade deficit to reach 2,2% of GDP in 2021.

By The Standard Feb. 27, 2022

Global agency projects rise in Zim trade deficit

The projection for the year is after Fitch Solutions forecasted the trade deficit to reach 2,2% of GDP in 2021.

By The Standard Feb. 27, 2022

Economic forecast: Mixed outlook for Zim

Zimbabwean imports in 2020, this will contribute to a forecast 6,5% year-on-year rise in imports,  although import growth will be capped by the ban on maize and maize meal imports (reflecting government projections that maize production in the 2021 harvest will increase to 2,8m tonnes, from 900 000 tonnes in 2020).

By The Standard Dec. 12, 2021

Economic forecast: Mixed outlook for Zim

Zimbabwean imports in 2020, this will contribute to a forecast 6,5% year-on-year rise in imports,  although import growth will be capped by the ban on maize and maize meal imports (reflecting government projections that maize production in the 2021 harvest will increase to 2,8m tonnes, from 900 000 tonnes in 2020).

By The Standard Dec. 12, 2021