Zimbabwe, like other African countries, continues to be in the hub of an increasingly open and integrated world economy. With the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Agreement having secured a minimum threshold of 22 ratifications for entry into force, it presents a lot of opportunities for the country and transformation of the African economies, but what is key is the strategy of what we need to achieve as a country and to take a position so that we are competitive and open up new markets and investment opportunities.

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