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Zim reaches out to foreign investors

A HIGH-POWERED Zimbabwean delegation will be off to London next week for a conference, as the investment-starved country moves to lure foreign investors. The two-day Zimbabwe London Investment Forum, Zimdaba London 2018, which runs between March 15 and 16, brings together business leaders and investors from the United Kingdom and Europe to discuss and action investment opportunities in Zimbabwe. The Zimbabwean delegation includes seven Cabinet ministers, representatives from Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC), Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI), Zimbabwe Investment Authority (ZIA) and Special Economic Zones Authority (SEZA). According…

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Zim targets $2,5bn investment approvals

President Mnangagwa Tinashe Makichi Business ReporterZimbabwe expects approved investment proposals to reach a record $2,5 billion this year, on the back of growing positive investor sentiment and interest following political changes that took place in November last year. President Mnangagwa, who took over in November last year following the resignation of former President Mugabe has already pledged to guarantee the rights of foreign investors and to re-engage with the international community to attract investment. A total of 162 investment projects valued at $1,52 billion were approved in 2017 compared to 164…

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‘The youngman who got Mnangagwa invited’

By Hopewell Rugoho-Chin’ono We are probably not a nation that documents its history or celebrates its genuine heroes enough. As the World Economic Forum kicks off in Davos, I want to share with you a story about a young man who made it all happen I have read so many versions of how Zimbabwe’s President was invited to Davos, all of these versions are not correct, including the ones in national newspapers. President Emmerson Mnangagwa was invited to Davos through the hard work and lobbying of a young Zimbabwean who works…

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Optimism booms among Davos CEOs despite geopolitical storm clouds

DAVOS, Switzerland – Chief executives are more optimistic about the economic outlook than they have been for many years although anxieties are rising about geopolitics, cyber threats and terrorism, a survey showed on the eve of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos. Reuters The PwC survey of nearly 1,300 CEOs found that 57 percent expect global growth to improve in 2018, almost twice the level of last year and the largest increase since the survey began in 2012. The optimism was especially strong in the United States after a…

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