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Inadequate Support for Agriculture Costs Zimbabwe

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Harare, Sep 4 2013 (IPS) - Zimbabwe used to be self sufficient in maize, the staple crop and often produced a surplus which was sold to neighbouring countries. But since the land reform programme launched in 2000, the country has failed to meet its needs. Experts blame insufficient support by the government for the agricultural sector’s poor performance.

 
 
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