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Zimbabwe and Belarus to sign business agreement

Zimbabwe is seeking to diversify its production base by focusing on latest technological innovations that have a potential to increase output at a time when most productive sectors are reeling under cash-flow constraints.

With Belarus enjoying a competitive advantage in the fields of machinery, agriculture mechanisation and manufacturing of trucks and excavators, the need to focus on strategic alliances is therefore critical.

Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce president Tamuka Macheka, while confirming the impending arrival of an 18 member Belarus business delegation next week, said the sealing of the business agreement will signal further strengthening of ties between the two nations.

At present, Belarus mostly exports potash fertilisers and vehicle parts to Zimbabwe. Its major imports from Zimbabwe include mineral raw materials, citrus fruits and vegetables.


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