LUSAKA, April 28 Zambia's kwacha weakened 1 percent against the U.S. dollar on Thursday, pressured by low foreign exchange supplies and concerns over economic growth and a weak copper price.
By 0727 GMT the currency of Africa's second largest copper producer was 1.05 percent lower at 9.6 against the dollar.
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