Central bank says Swaziland slowdown continues

SWAZILAND - The tiny kingdom of Swaziland is two years into a slump and no end is in sight, its central bank has said.

The BBC reported that in its annual report on the state of the economy, the bank said employment and farm output were falling, and most of the tax base came from a customs union revenue-sharing deal with South Africa rather than from domestic sources.

"The current economic slowdown in Swaziland is exceptionally deep and broad, with no evidence that the downward spiral that began

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