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President Levy Mwanawasa's government agreed a budget for 2003 with the International Monetary Fund and overspent it by 612 billion kwacha; the IMF's man in Lusaka, Mark Ellyne, says it therefore will not release the US$100 million conditionally pledged to support the agreed deficit.

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Levy Mwanawasa, Mark Ellyne, Mbita Chitala, Emmanuel Kasonde, N'gandu Peter Magande, Kenneth Kaunda

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