FINANCE and National Planning Minister Dr Situmbeko Musokotwane says government has a solid plan to recover the country’s economy if the International Monetary Fund bailout package fails. But Dr Musokotwane says the economic undertaking will be highly compromised if the country does not have strong external support from its partners. Dr Musokotwane was responding to a question from Kantanshi PF member of parliament Anthony Mumba who asked whether government was aware that anxiety among stakeholders created by the delay in concluding IMF bailout package negotiations was adversely affecting the economy and what other measures were being taken to recover the economy if the same failed. In response, Dr Musokotwane said there were three documents that gave government plans for the…...

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