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Zimbabwe’s Mugabe Says Foreign Investments in Country Are ‘Safe’

September 06, 2011

Sept. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Investments by foreign companies in Zimbabwe are safe, President Robert Mugabe said, urging them to comply with a law that compels foreign and white-owned companies to sell 51 percent of their local assets to black citizens of the country.

“I wish to assure investors that their investments in this country remain safe,” he said at the opening of parliament in Harare, the capital, today.

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