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The Zambia Development Agency (ZDA) has signed an Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (IPPA) with the British American Tobacco (BAT) Zambia Plc.
The Ministry of Finance of Zambia has recently issued a statement on the economy indicating that GDP growth in 2017 is projected to rise to…
On 22nd February 2017 the Bank of Zambia (BoZ) reduced the Policy Rate from 15.5% to 14%, the Statutory Reserve Ration from 18% to 15.5%…
The Eastern Province Development Symposium has officially started in Chipata, to promote investments in the province, both local and foreign, especially in agriculture, tourism and mining.
The Government of Zambia is currently in the process of creating an Entrepreneurial Fund for the private sector to facilitate the creation of a scheme…
The European Union (EU) signed a EUR65m grant with Zambia to improve access to energy in the country.
Zambia and the Netherlands recently signed a grant agreement of EUR900,000 for detailed design of water works at Solwezi in northwestern Zambia.
Higher domestic revenue collections are essential to Zambia’s economic recovery if current levels of government expenditure are to be maintained in a sustainable manner.
The World Bank (WB) recently approved USD105.6m in credits for environmental remediation and agribusiness development in Zambia.
Zambia and Germany recently signed a EUR97.5m technical and financial cooperation grant for water, sanitation and governance improvement programs for 2017–2018.