Zimbabwe’s economy has grown despite the continuing political uncertainty, in real terms by 8.1 percent in 2010 and 5.7 percent in 2009 according to the government’s estimates. This reversed a decade-long decline that saw Zimbabwe’s economy contrast by roughly 50 percent.
Zimbabwe was rated 157 of 183 countries in the world in the World Bank Doing Business, while its’ Heritage Economic Freedom score ranked it 176 of 179 in 2014.
Zimbabwe is a member of The Common Market for East and Southern Africa.
Zimbabwe Investment Authority (ZIA)
Zimbabwe Investment Authority (ZIA) is the agency set up under the Zimbabwe Investment Authority Act to promote investment in Zimbabwe and also to market the country’s investment opportunities to targeted investors all over the world.
Information about investment climate has been summarized to include the following;