Zim to re-establish special economic zones

HARARE - Zimbabwe plans to re-establish special economic zones (SEZ) in hope to boost economic growth.

SEZs are designated geographical regions that operate under special economic regulations different from other areas in the same country.

Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa told workshop – jointly organised by government, World Bank, United Nations Development Programme and the African Development Bank – that the move is part ways to attract domestic investment.

Comments (3)

Murikuda kureporter here or not??? ......Seriously?????

Engineer - 17 April 2014

Imbwa dzevanhu stop lying to us,..... Chipi chamakaita pane zvese zvamaka reva.... We dont want to see your btrash News again.,... Sick

Gogo - 20 April 2014

Mr Chinamasa, Why do we have to have special economic zones, I would have thought that ZIMBABWE as a whole would be classed as a special economic zone. You are just complicating matters. . While I have you on the line , what is this thing called Zim asset, no one in Zim seems to know what it is, even the foreign investors are clueless to what it is!!!!!!!. Your " no one size fits all policy" is still as clear as mud. Just come up with a policy which is transparent and clear cut so every investor knows where they stand.

ronaldos - 24 April 2014

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