President Mnangagwa yesterday urged the business community to strike a balance between making profits and national interest in light of the recent price increases.
Mnangagwa said this at the fourth edition of the Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC) annual business review conference in Harare yesterday. The conference ran under the theme: “Enterprise Development, Corporate Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Growth.” Said Mnangagwa:
I urge stakeholders to continue the good relationship that has been established. I further call on business to strike a proper balance between their business and national interests.
Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce is an apolitical, non-profit, membership-based business association which has a mandate to equip business with development opportunities. ZNCC was established in 1894. Read More About Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce
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