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The Determinants of Capital Structure in Zimbabwe during. The Determinants of Capital Structure in Zimbabwe during the Multicurrency Regime Enard Mutenheri 1* Chipo Munangagwa 2 1.Midlands State University, Graduate School of Business Leadership, P. Bag 9055, Gweru, Zimbabwe 2.Kwekwe Polytechnic, Box 399, Kwekwe, Zimbabwe Abstract Recent research has focused on the influence of

The Determinants of Capital Structure in Zimbabwe

2021-2-23  Corpus ID: 55410485. The Determinants of Capital Structure in Zimbabwe during the Multicurrency Regime @article{Mutenheri2015TheDO, title={The Determinants of Capital Structure in Zimbabwe during the Multicurrency Regime}, author={Enard Mutenheri and C. Munangagwa}, journal={Research Journal of Finance and Accounting}, year={2015}, volume={6}, pages={104-108} }

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