Mnangagwa Promises To Remove Red Tape, Clear Bureaucracy

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has promised to remove all red tape in order to promote investments in Zimbabwe. Mnangagwa revealed this at the Africa CEO’s Forum in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire. Said Mnangagwa,

My government will strive to eliminate all investment restrictions.

Zimbabwe’s attendance here resonates with our current quest to engage and re-engage with the family of nations following years of isolation due to the illegal economic sanctions imposed on us. This platform provides me and my delegation with an opportunity to network with key decision makers from a broad spectrum of business, industry and commerce, from Africa and beyond guided by our mantra that Zimbabwe is now open for business.

We stand ready to share our knowledge and experiences, new technologies and innovations as well as other aspects of best global practice… Zimbabwe is open for business and I invite you to come and invest in Zimbabwe, together, we can build our great continent, together, we can change our world. Let us be listening presidents.

More: NewsDay

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