Zimbabwe Needs U.S.$1,5 Billion Annually for Infrastructure
Finance and Economic Planning Minister Patrick Chinamasa has told parliament that a significant fund should be reserved yearly to develop the energy, water, rail and information and communications technology sectors.
The Herald, 6 February 2018
Finance and Economic Planning Minister Patrick Chinamasa, has said Zimbabwe requires around $1,5 billion annually for infrastructure to kick start economic growth. Read more »
Infrastructure development needed in Zimbabwe for economic growth.
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