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Lusaka – Zambia was preparing Monday to host a four-day inernational economic conference in Lusaka to explore investment opportunities in the country’s burgeoning economy.

 

Conference convernor Lucy Cortney said in Lusaka that the meeting starting Tuesday would promote investments in the country which he said enjoyed prudent and sound macroeconomic policies along with political stability.

 

Investors from Europe, Africa and other parts of the world were arriving for the June 10-13 conference.

 

Cortney noted that Zambia’s economic growth was 6.2 per cent, buoyed by huge investment in the mining sector.

 

The conference would examine massive investment in agriculture, banking, energy, infrastructure development, mining and tourism besides several others, she said.

 

Dubbed the Euromoney Conference, the world leader in cross-border investment events, “is coming to Zambia at a time when investors are increasingly looking at what Africa has to offer” in terms of investment opportunities.

 

“The international investment community is discovering the potential of Zambia because of it’s impressive economic policies and political stability,” she said.
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