Chinese Business Development Initiatives in Modern Zim

As the country continues to grovel in deep economic doldrums thereby limiting the likelihood for an early trajectory, anticipations are now positioning the Chinese Business Community to help turn wind direction towards a new course of development.

At pleasant Chinese population consisting those residing in the country since independence is slightly above 10 thousand yet the number of business activities engaged so far are on direct course to usher in new form of development.

Introduction of the Chinese Business Initiatives have been instrumental in spearheading national development on a mult-sectoral approach.

These include infrastructural development in different sectors of the society, widening business ventures across the nation and provisions of skills development through employment.

Despite these positive strides struck so far, a lot still needs to be done interms of providing Asian Communities with better platforms necessary to promote ease of doing business.

Given the high volumes of Chinese Business Personnel recorded at Robert Mugabe International Airport since the beginning of 2019 speaks a lot on the much needed Foreign Investment which is a necessity to spearhead an economic trajectory for the nation.

Apart from this, relaxing Visa conditions for the Chinese immigrants could possibly help lure more business investors from the Asian country and this will evenly broaden thier quest for business adventures in Zimbabwe.

However recent case studies carried over the years indicate that Zimbabwe has the least number of Chinese migrants in Southern Africa as compared to countries like South Africa, Botswana, Tanzania and Kenya.

This can be ameliorated through a further relaxation of other essential aspects which may be hindering high inflow of the Chinese Community in the country.

At pleasant, a considerable number of Zim students find admissions at top Chinese Universities a development which allow the country to acquire new knowledge and skills development.

The opposite should also be transpiring at local level, in the likes of Chinese learners facing little complications when enrolling at local institution.

Given a platform for an early consideration to some of these pertinent issues the Chinese Community will inevitably spearhead socio- economic transformation in the country.

Tendai Guvamombe