GOVERNMENT has welcomed China’s willingness to implement the G20’s debt service suspension initiative in a methodical fashion on a case by case basis, as announced by that country’s Finance Minister Liu Kun. And former Finance minister N’gandu Magande has described the development as good news, saying this will give the country space to use the money from donors and funders directly on projects instead of only focusing on paying off debt. In a statement issued last week, Finance Minister Dr Situmbeko Musokotwane described China’s pronouncements as an important building block…...

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