Economists Predict Bleak Future After Mugabe Re-Election

Robert Mugabe’s re-election as president of Zimbabwe last week raised concerns for many economists who believe the country’s foreign investment will greatly diminish under the 89-year-old’s economic policies.

Those concerns took on greater significance Monday when the nation’s stock market suffered its largest one-day decline since 2009.

Harare-based economist John Robertson believes the hopes of business leaders there were quashed when Mugabe took a 61 percent majority of votes …

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