Even the IMF payment is nothing much to cheer about because nothing on the ground has changed, the government's policies are still lopsided and the economy is still in trouble. -James Jowa

 

Even the IMF payment is nothing much to cheer about because nothing on the ground has changed, the government's policies are still lopsided and the economy is still in trouble.


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Also there are issues to do with Zimbabwe's pariah status which have influenced especially companies from the West. Most of them will be taking a cue from their governments.

James Jowa

The price controls appear like a sign of desperation... but I don't think they will have the desired results.

James Jowa

The underlying problem that needs to be addressed to tackle inflation is to stimulate economic production ... producers have to feel secure to produce, which is not happening.

James Jowa

Even the IMF payment is nothing much to cheer about because nothing on the ground has changed, the government's policies are still lopsided and the economy is still in trouble.

James Jowa

What Mugabe is saying is nothing new and is insincere. He has made similar statements before and not stuck to them and it is also very clear that he still believes he has never been wrong.

James Jowa