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President Robert Mugabe's government this week announced a major step towards price controls, placing 16 products under a monitoring list and triggering fears of imminent shortages.
Although the move evoked memories of the ruinous 2007 price controls by government, the country's biggest business grouping, CZI says industry had been consulted on the latest move.

CZI president Sifelani Jabangwe said it was imperative for the government to come up with some mechanisms to protect the consumers, considering events of the past few months.

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