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Low copper prices place strain on Zambia's mines

Commodity prices have struggled for the whole of 2015 and many African economies have been struggling as a result.

Zambia is heavily reliant on copper exports and prices are at their lowest since 2009. This has led to some of the big producers like Glencore and Vedanta making cuts to both production and jobs.

From Zambia's copper belt in the country's north, the BBC's Matthew Davies finds out more for Africa Business Report.

  • 24 Dec 2015
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