Zambia, one of Finland’s long-term development partners, has experienced economic growth over the past decade. But this has not translated into increased job creation. Zambia has a vision to become a prosperous middle-income country by 2030. But there is much uncertainty, due to upcoming elections, low copper prices and a resulting economic downturn, as well as low rainfall which has reduced hydropower production and agricultural productivity.
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