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Title   Difficult dialogue: Zimbabwe-South Africa economic relations since 2000
Author Solidarity Peace Trust
Edition PDF
Published Port Shepstone: SPT
Year 2007-10-23
Pages 44
Abstract Despite its vocal opposition to its country's quiet diplomacy, the South African business community is not avert to take its chances from the crisis in Zimbabwe.

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Bestand SPT-DifficultDialogue_SA_ZIM_economic_relations_20071023.pdf (1085 Kb)
Country South-Africa , Zimbabwe
Themes
  • Conflict
  • Democracy
  • Governments
  • Human rights
  • Political parties
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