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News: Zimbabwe

Deepening economic crisis in Zimbabwe is forcing engineers to flee the country. Civil engineering consultants in the country are reporting that up to third of staff have already left, and more are planning to go. Foreign investment has also dried up. The World Bank and IMF have withdrawn funding from some aid projects, and fears are growing that the US Congress will impose sanctions.

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