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Fair game in Zim, China trade

Allan Majuru, chief executive officer at ZimTrade said on Monday the US$1,28 was a significant rise in Harare’s exports to Beijing during the period,
By Julia Ndlela Apr. 19, 2024

Zim ripe for investment: China

Chinese ambassador Zhou Ding (ZD) spoke about the vast investment opportunities in Zimbabwe.
By Tinashe Kairiza Apr. 12, 2024

EU wants dialogue on investment climate

The proposal was made by EU ambassador to Zimbabwe Jobst von Kirchmann during a mission’s Private Sector Dialogue Seminar held in Harare this week.
By Sydney Kawadza Apr. 12, 2024

China writes off Zim debt deals

Zimbabwe currently owes a combined US$17,5 billion to foreign and local creditors.
By Tinashe Kairiza Apr. 12, 2024

All you need to know about whooping cough as fatal outbreaks rise

The infection, whose scientific name is pertussis, is difficult to detect early and can be fatal, especially in children and babies.
By Times Of India Apr. 11, 2024

China tops FDI confidence index of emerging markets

China topped the most recent Kearney's 2024 Foreign Direct Investment Confidence Index emerging market rankings
By China Daily Apr. 10, 2024

China, US to deepen economic coordination

Bilateral, multilateral collaboration key
By Admin Apr. 8, 2024

Chinese middle class on tenterhooks

 For now, pay cuts and lay-offs have become a norm in a regular office environment in China.
By The Hk Post Apr. 5, 2024

US investors flock to Zim despite diplomatic row

Although Zimbabwe has been under US sanctions since 2000, officials said the southern African country approved US$175 million worth of FDI proposals last year.
By Blessed Ndlovu and Tinashe Kairiza Apr. 5, 2024