2 edition of critical review of foreign investment policy in Zambia found in the catalog.
critical review of foreign investment policy in Zambia
Kenneth Kaoma Mwenda
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The IPR noted that since the introduction of major economic policy reforms in the early s, private investment, including FDI, had been playing a greater role in Zambia´s economy.
FDI had also contributed to the long-term policy objective of Zambia, which is to diversify its production and export base from mining to other products and services.
Investment Policy Review of Zambia 1 INTRODUCTION Zambia has many attributes to attract foreign direct investment (FDI). It is a mining economy with decades of experience in mining-related activities.
The quality of its mineral resources is equivalent, if not better, than those found in many successful mining economies. undertake a comprehensive investment policy review, with the support of the Government of Finland, based on the OECD Policy Framework for Investment (PFI).
The government of Zambia took the lead in this self-assessment. The report has benefited from File Size: 1MB. The Investment Policy Review (IPR) programme provides developing countries and countries with economies in transition concrete recommendations to improve policies, strategies and institutions for attracting foreign direct investment (FDI) and deriving greater benefits for sustainable development.
Today, Zambia is recognised as one of the most open African economies to foreign equity ownership. This Review highlights Zambia's progress and identifies some remaining challenges for the country.
The Zambian Government is considering new reforms, including the development of a harmonized investment policy, a review of its tax incentives system and of its framework for Public Private .