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    2017-8-11  In 2015, the contributions to GDP from agriculture, industry, and services (including "trade") were 21%, 16%, and 59% respectively (Table 1.1). The economy has now become services driven: with "trade" accounting for one third of the contribution by the sector to GDP. The informal sector was estimated to account for 44% of the economy.

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    2016-12-28  1.1 Main Features of the Economy 13. 1.2 Recent Economic Developments 14 ... the Russian Federation provides support at the federal level to several sectors through capital contributions, partial compensation for interest charged on loans, grants, etc. ... forestry and fishing 231 619 -30 271 273 Mining and quarrying 4,808 7,101 4,545 11,058 ...

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    2018-1-4  The challenges facing the economy demand well thought-out, and focused, Government interventions for a much more rapid and sustained recovery path that delivers on jobs as envisaged and outlined in His Excellency President E.D. Mnangagwa’s Inaugural Address. New Economic Order. The . Recovery Measures . towards a ‘New Economic Order’

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    2016-11-4  Lusaka East (10 operators, US$21 million invested, 210 jobs created) and Lusaka South (6 operators, US$35 million invested, over 1,000 jobs created) are two MFEZs operating on a smaller scale, while the Roma industrial park has a number of smaller companies (365 operators/developers), US$17 million invested, and 500 jobs created.

  • mofcom.gov.cn

    2017-8-11  In 2015, the contributions to GDP from agriculture, industry, and services (including "trade") were 21%, 16%, and 59% respectively (Table 1.1). The economy has now become services driven: with "trade" accounting for one third of the contribution by the sector to GDP. The informal sector was estimated to account for 44% of the economy.

  • mofcom.gov.cn

    2017-8-11  In 2015, the contributions to GDP from agriculture, industry, and services (including "trade") were 21%, 16%, and 59% respectively (Table 1.1). The economy has now become services driven: with "trade" accounting for one third of the contribution by the sector to GDP. The informal sector was estimated to account for 44% of the economy.