DEVELOPMENT Bank of Zambia (DBZ) board chairperson Noel Nkoma has expressed optimism that Zambia will secure an IMF package, saying all key performance indicators have almost been ticked. And Nkoma says the country should not forgo revenue as much as Foreign Direct Investment is needed. Speaking when he was featured on ZNBC’s Sunday Interview, Nkoma said it was clear that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) was also rooting for Zambia and wanted the country to clinch the deal, “like yesterday”. “I think we are optimistic that it is bound to happen, I think so much work has already gone in. I was actually elated with the visit by the IMF deputy managing director and if you could tell from her…...

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