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8 billion Zambian Kwacha (about $19 million) in marketing to raise the tourist figure to 1-million for 2012.
According to the AfDB, the funds will be drawn in multiple African currencies that include the Ghanaian Cedi, Nigerian Naira, the Kenyan Shilling, the Zambian Kwacha, the Mozambican Metical and the Tanzanian Shilling.
The bonds would be priced in the likes of South Africa rand, Botswana pula, Nigerian naira, Ugandan shilling or Zambian kwacha rather than the U.
The dictionary defines it only as one-hundredth of a Zambian kwacha, and it takes almost 5,000 kwachas to equal a dollar.
The Zambian kwacha (ZMK) is the official currency but, as they can't be pre-ordered, US dollars or sterling will do just as well - although changing them can be difficult.
How about the Zambian kwacha or the Vietnamese dong?
However, production is hitting a wall given the increasing costs of inputs and the appreciation of the Zambian Kwacha by 30% which is eroding the crop's profitability," said Abrunhosa.
The facility will consist of a US $15 million facility and a Zambian Kwacha 12.