U.S. Recognizes Zimbabwe as a Fertile Land to Boost Their Business Economy

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Chilojo Cliffs, Gonarezhou National Park, Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe’s rapid development continues to place her in the lime light as a great centre of attraction for other countries. Zimbabwe continues to display Africa as a continent with limitless potentials as Trump’s local envoy has announced a massive influx of US business men and women coming to set up businesses.

It has been reported by the embassy that top US government officials are headed for Zimbabwe. President Emmerson Mnangawa’s introduction of several economic reforms including cancelling Robert Mugabe’s land reform program contributed to this on-going development.

The U.S embassy has said in a recent statement that Zimbabwe should expect high level visits by the US government. In less than a year, Zimbabwe is set to once again become the world’s largest crop economy as it was in 1976 under former prime minister Ian Smith; considering the effective restoration of its agriculture industry, Zim Eye.com projects’ which is a huge jump in Zimbabwe’s economic growth.

So far, Mnangagwa has implemented other reforms which include removing the Indigenisation Act. “American businesses are opening shops in Zimbabwe”, the U.S embassy said in a recent statement.