Corridor will boost trade income.

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A project that aims to upgrade infrastructure and untangle customs and regulatory procedures along trading routes through Botswana, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Malawi and Mozambique could soon be launched. When it is in place exporters using the corridor could see transport cost savings of $50m a year. It is part of an ambitious plan by an alliance of three of the continent's regional economic communities to improve trade routes across southern and eastern Africa.

A pilot trade project to improve infrastructure along the north-south corridor linking Zambia's copper belt with the port of Durban...

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