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Zimbabwe will likely again miss a payment of $1.75 billion it pledged to make to White farmers evicted from their land two decades ago.
Under the so-called Global Compensation Deed, signed in 2020, the farmers would receive a total $3.5 billion for the evictions in 2000, which decimated agricultural production. Half the money was supposed to have been paid out within the first year, followed by four $437.5 million annual installments.


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