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whole country, with maize yields n. US$600 million was spent on rought, whilst US$700 million of he country cope.
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The World Bank gave loans for tree planting in regions such as Mashonaland, despite there already being a plentiful supply of wood for locals.
Chinese loans equivalent to US$100 million for a defence college in Harare are the latest in a long line of foreign government loans for unproductive purchases.
US$33 million of debt owed to the UK comes from loans for the police to buy British-made Land Rovers.
UTH AFRICA Thornhill airfield in Gweru is one of the two main bases of the Zimbabwean air force. US$16 million of debt owed to Spain comes from loans to buy military equipment including aircraft.
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