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There are tremendous opportunities to initiate projects in sectors such as agriculture, manufacturing, mining and tourism. Zimbabwe has an abundance of natural resources with over 40 minerals. The mining sector has had little investment in the last decade with little exploration. In tourism there has been little investment and opportunities that exist to invest in Zimbabwe's natural wonders are tremendous. The world is short of food and food security is a global issue. Africa has about 22% of the world's arable land. Zimbabwe once Africa's bread basket can reclaim its status as a major producer of Agricultural produce to help alleviate the global food deficit.

BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) are expected to far outstrip the growth of G7 countries (Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, UK and USA). According to Goldman Sachs report the Chinese economy will have overtaken the USA as the world largest economy by 2050, with the other economies such as India and Brazil being bigger than the likes of France and the UK.

Globalization will in future sustain growth in African economies with increased demand for commodities driving buyers to pay high prices for natural resources the continent is richly endowed with. The return on investment in Africa is also generally perceived to be higher than other markets as there are opportunities in the continent to introduce innovative products (technological catch-up), establish new brands, influence consumer tastes and preferences. The growing urban population in Africa which is currently at 40% and close to the Chinese level will also sustain growth going forward. A report by McKinsey which is a global leader in management consultancy projects that the number the number of households with discretionary income in Africa is expected to rise by 50% over the next 10 years, reaching 128 million. By 2030, the continent's top cities could have a combined spending power of US$1,3 trillion.

The industries which will obviously benefit will be the consumer focused ones, agriculture and infrastructure.

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