Trade Policies

Trade Policies are instruments of Government designed to expand the circle of opportunities of a country, its businesses and people, at the global level.

The Government of Zimbabwe is continuously reforming its legal, regulatory, economic and diplomatic frameworks to create enabling business environment, improve the Ease of Doing Business, generating opportunities for its entrepreneurs and enterprises on the domestic, regional and international fronts.

The National Trade Policy, the Investment Development Policy, the Agenda for Sustainable Socio-Economic Transformation (Zim-Asset) are building blocks of Zimbabwe’s Trade Policy Framework.

Read More on Zimbabwe’s Trade Policies.

2017 Monetary Policy Statement

2018 Investment Guidelines and Opportunities in Zimbabwe

2018 Monetary Policy February

Agenda for Sustainable Socio-Economic Transformation (Zim-Asset)

Zimbabwe Industrial Development Policy

Zimbabwe National Trade Policy 2012-2016


Related Documents

Mid-Term Monetary Policy Statement – 2016

Mid-Year Fiscal Policy Review Statement 2016

National Budget 2016

National Budget Statement 2017

Press-Statement:- On cash shortages by RBZ Governor

Zimbabwe Foreign Trade and Investment Guidelines – 2016