zimtrade.jpgA National Export Strategy which seeks to restore export viability for local companies by increasing exports has been finalised.



The strategy, which seeks to solve challenges affecting local firms in increasing exports, is being introduced to create a favorable operating climate for exporters so that they can get access to profitable markets.


ZimTrade acting Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Crispen Tsvarai confirmed that the National Export Strategy has been approved by relevant government ministries to restore export confidence in the regional and international markets.


“The issues seek to help exporting companies achieve their goals towards venturing into the viable markets and we hope this will translate into increased production volumes,” he said.


The National Export Strategy is expected to benefit key sectors such as agriculture, mining, manufacturing and tourism through providing market research information, policies on viable markets and value addition.


Economic observers are calling for the full implementation of the strategy so that it will achieve its objectives for the benefit of the economy.