Story of K23 billion vanishing is false-BoZ

[Lusakatimes - Zambia] - 24/04/2019
The Bank of Zambia has rubbished media reports that some K23 billion of recently printed bank notes has gone missing. Some media reports indicate that the government has so far printed K23 billion in order to finance the wage bill and pay some Chinese contractors. The reports indicate that the (...)
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