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motor vehicles, primary source, foodstuffs, petroleum products, Botswana

Zimbabwe’s foreign trade position is structurally healthy, in that it typically exports more than it imports and usually only spends a small amount more than it takes in. The country’s main customers for exports are South Africa, the United Kingdom, Japan, Germany, and Botswana. South Africa is by far the primary source for imports; other large suppliers are the United Kingdom, Japan, Germany, and the United States. Zimbabwe’s most important imports include petroleum products, machinery, motor vehicles, and foodstuffs. Chief exports include tobacco and other agricultural products as well as gold and other minerals.



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motor vehicles, primary source, foodstuffs, petroleum products, Botswana, agricultural products, tobacco, minerals, Japan, Germany, gold, machinery, South Africa, United Kingdom, United States

 
 

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