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Vol 38 No 4

Published 14th February 1997


Budget stress

The MMD is clamping down politically but can't afford to make tough economic changes

Having sauntered back into State House after bitter and flawed elections (AC Vol 37 No 24), President Frederick Chiluba must now live with his unenviable inheritance: a tottering political system, a growing foreign debt burden and a weak economy weakened further by a foreign aid boycott (AC Vol 37 No 25).

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