Economic policy reform and revitalisation has been noted as key in revamping the country’s economy.

This came out during an economic policy dialogue held in the capital this Thursday (today).

Speaking during a special policy dialogue forum on the quest for political and economic reform in Zimbabwe, the Minister of Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Cde Christopher Mutsvangwa said there is need for government to come up with optimal investment conventions and  policies that promote investment and also get involved in the global inclusive market.

Senior economist and economic advisor in the Office of the President and Cabinet Ashok Chakravarti who was also part of the panel in the dialogue added that there is need to review policies that include the indigenisation policy which was a major constraint to foreign investment.

Former Finance Minister Simba Makoni however added that there is need to provide a platform for national engagement and unity among state and government workers to speak with a common voice.

The dialogue which was held in the capital was meant to give a way forward in growing the country’s economy.