Daily FIZ – Monday 15/04
Economy

Domestic
Government in partnership with the Federal Republic of Germany and the European Union has launched the Good Financial Governance Programme. Read more: ZNBC

Commerce, Trade and Industry Minister Christopher Yaluma has urged investors to take interest in Zambia’s natural resources. Read more: ZNBC

Finance minister honorable Margaret Mwanakatwe has told Bloomberg that she is not worried about Zambia’s declining foreign reserves that have fallen to the lowest level in over 10 years. Read more: Lusaka Times

Government says the bilateral relations shared between Finland and Zambia, will continued to be recognised and stand a test of time. Read more: Lusaka Times

International
Tropical Cyclone Idai, which caused deadly flooding in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi last month, will cost the southern African nations more than $2 billion to repair the damage, according to the World Bank. Read more: Bloomberg

Zimbabwe’s continued use of the United States dollar is no longer sustainable for the economy as it hurts industry’s competitiveness, a Cabinet minister has said. Read more: MSN

Zimbabwe and Russia have signed a US$4 billion agreement to build a new platinum mine in the African country. Read more: MSN

Europe is ready to resume talks with the United States about a transatlantic trade deal. But they may already be doomed. Read more: CNN

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