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Zimbabwe is allowing ordinary citizens with access to U.S. dollars to import basic commodities for their own use to counter “substantial” price increases by retailers.
Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube said the government opened imports of basic commodities to citizens with immediate effect. This will be done “through the lowering of import tariffs and other accompanying measures,” Ncube said in an emailed statement late on Saturday. No further details were provided.

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