Ministry of Finance and Economic Development (Botswana)

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The Ministry of Finance and Economic Development is the Botswana government ministry which formulates financial and economic policies and oversees effective coordination of Government financial operations. It's minister is Hon. Dr Thapelo Matsheka. [1]

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  1. "Ministry of Finance Botswana".