imf.jpgStakeholders have called on the government to focus on home-grown economic policies that have currently resulted in macro-economic stability and restoration of business confidence.

 

This follows the International Monetary Fund (IMF) team’s visit in the past two weeks which did not bear any fruits.

 

The IMF team held meetings with key government representatives, industry and households.

 

However, the major concern among stakeholders is failure by the fund to come up with a clear-cut policy in resuming financial assistance to the economy.

An Economist, Mr Brains Muchemwa said while the institution has restored the country’s voting rights, the absence of funding to the economy by the IMF has exposed a hidden agenda behind the institution.

While the IMF team noted that the economy is on track to recovery, the Business Council of Zimbabwe Technical Secretary, Mr. John Mufukare, said it is high time Zimbabwe forged ahead in mobilising capital from internal resources.