In a statement, the embassy said even top US government officials are headed for Zimbabwe.
The development comes after President Emmerson Mnangagwa introduced several economic reforms including cancelling Robert Mugabe’s reckless land reform program.
“Zim should expect high level visits by US govt; American businesses are opening shop in Zim,” the US embassy said in a statement yesterday.
What does this mean for Zimbabwe?
With an effective restoration of Zimbabwe’s agriculture industry, ZimEye.com projects that in less than a year, Zimbabwe is set to once again become the world’s largest crop economy as it was in 1976 under former Prime Minister, Ian Smith. So far Mnangagwa has implemented other reforms which include removing the indigenisation Act.Post published in: Economy