from the BBC
Zimbabwe's first budget since its unity government began sharing power 10 months ago predicts a healthy economic future for the country.
Finance minister Tendai Biti said the economy would grow by 7% next year, after 10 years of sharp contraction.
He said growth would come from key sectors such as agriculture and mining.
Zimbabwe's biggest economic problem, stratospheric inflation, has been all but halted since hard currencies, such as the US dollar, were allowed. ,,,,