Wednesday, 8 November 2017

World Economic Congress (WEC) Summit Kicks Off

The World Economic Congress (WEC) summit has kicked off in the capital today amid calls for a collaborative effort between Africa and international investors to develop the continent’s economy.

WEC president Dr Alexander Chisango said the platform is a Christian led initiative aimed at merging the faith based economic vision and the physical economic blueprints for economic prosperity.

“We are talking of building an economy through the church firstly inside and also in the community in the churches, so the church being light and salt of the earth will apply economically integrated and collaborative approach to economic building, the church as God’s body, it is both spiritual and physical, we has economic vision, template and blueprint generating unique economic projects,” he said.
World Economic Congress (WEC) Summit Kicks Off
Swedish investor Mr Bengt Arnesson said his company has already embraced opportunities in the local market despite the fact that the economy is using a foreign currency.

Mr Arnesson said; “I am here to see how can invest when i come to Zimbabwe it’s to start at the floor going up, we have already implemented payment system”.

The WEC global summit is running for the 2nd year since its inception in 2016 under the theme, “Reconstructing Africa beyond Limitations” and has drawn about 300 delegates.

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