ZIDA, IFC start survey of Investor sentiment on Zimbabwe

The Zimbabwe Investment and Development Agency (ZIDA) and International Finance Corporation (IFC), a unit of the World Bank, have launched a survey to gauge investor sentiment on the country.

The survey will seek out how investors view Zimbabwe’s business environment, the policy and regulatory framework for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), the quality and scope of services offered to investors by ZIDA and related government agencies, as well as any specific challenges that constrain investment.

ZIDA says it will use the survey findings to inform policy on Zimbabwe’s ability to attract and retain investment. “This survey will deepen Zimbabwe’s efforts to change the narrative around the country as an investment destination,” said Douglas Munatsi, CEO of ZIDA.

Author: Staff Writer

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