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A pedestrian walks through the central business district of Harare, Zimbabwe. 
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Zimbabwe’s central bank said it has “no reason or appetite to raid” foreign-exchange accounts and denied allegations from the country’s largest industry lobby group of U.S. dollars being raided and a bank run.


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