Last week, Anna Rosenberg, FSG’s Director for Sub-Saharan Africa Research, and William Attwell, Senior Analyst, were featured in the Harvard Business Review for their article titled, What Investors Need to Know About Zimbabwe After Mugabe.
After being denounced for years for its dictatorship and destructive economic policies, Zimbabwe entered a new chapter in November 2017, following the military’s removal of president Robert Mugabe, who ruled the country for 37 years. Mugabe’s ouster and replacement with his one-time deputy, Emmerson Mnangagwa, was the most significant development in the Southern African nation since it gained independence from Britain in 1980.
Mnangagwa is clear that he wants to rebuild the economy and start fresh with foreign businesses. As a result, the country is now at a crossroads…
So what do investors need to know? Click here to read the full HBR article.
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