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Zimbabwe extended an incentive for the country’s biggest gold miners to produce above state-set output targets. 
Large producers that exceed their goals will receive 80% of the payment for the additional output in foreign currency, Deputy Mines Minister Polite Kambamura said in an interview. That compares with the existing 60-40 split between foreign and local currency payments for gold produced in the southern African country.


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