Zimbabwe's white former commercial farmers to wait longer for compensation

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Zimbabwe plans to use a multi-pronged approach to raise the required funds, including issuing listed and unlisted bonds both domestically and internationally.
Zimbabwe plans to use a multi-pronged approach to raise the required funds, including issuing listed and unlisted bonds both domestically and internationally.
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Zimbabwe's white former commercial farmers will have to wait a bit longer before they can get meaningful payment as compensation for their farm assets which were controversially distributed under the southern African country's land reform programme.

Under a Global Compensation Deed agreement signed on 29 July 2020, Zimbabwe had promised to pay the former farm owners a total US$3.5 billion.

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