By ZBC Reporter
Business leaders are warming up to crucial deliberations that will map the country’s effective utilisation of the Continental Free Trade Area Agreement as they meet for the CEO Roundtable scheduled for end of this month.
The annual grouping of business minds, which will be held in Victoria Falls, presents an opportunity for crucial engagements centred on boosting economic growth.
Topping the agenda will be the current drive to position the country as an attractive investment destination, while also looking into the opportunities presented by the African Continental Free Trade Agreement.
Issues on the fourth industrial revolution, staying ahead of economic currents despite present-day uncertainties, enactment of investor friendly laws in business and aligning the CFTA to the global world of trading will be at the centre of the three-day CEOs RoundTable, said Mr Oswell Binha (Chairperson CEO Roundtable).
The event, which comes as the country forecasts a positive economic growth of 7.8 percent this year, is also expected to tackle shocks created by the COVID-19 pandemic on supply chains.
The leaders will also seek to advance robust policies that promote the ease of doing business in the country and attract foreign direct investment.