Japan’s used cars dumped in Third World
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Japan’s used cars dumped in Third World

Three years ago, Michiya Ogawa bought a new Toyota Corolla station wagon for US$15 800…

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Surviving, thriving  in a downturn
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Surviving, thriving in a downturn

Milton Kamwendo Hunt for Greatness Many people reading this instalment if they live in Zimbabwe…

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‘Local industry down but not out’
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‘Local industry down but not out’

Business Reporter Zimbabwean industries need to adopt a positive attitude and work on viable initiatives…

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Hell at Nec for Engineering
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Hell at Nec for Engineering

Business Reporter A nasty fight has erupted at the National Employment Council (NEC) for the…

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Liquidity crunch: The convenient scapegoat
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Liquidity crunch: The convenient scapegoat

Brains Muchemwa Motivation The issue of the liquidity crunch has now taken a toll on…

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New order threatens  HCCL stranglehold
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New order threatens HCCL stranglehold

Prince Mushawevato recently in HWANGE THE emergence of coal mining businesses in the coal-rich Hwange…

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Export companies drop by 70 percent
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Export companies drop by 70 percent

Enacy Mapakame THE number of local companies exporting their products has dropped by more than…

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Car buyers being fleeced
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Car buyers being fleeced

Stanley Makombe  Motoring OF late, criminals have become increasingly cunning and they are now preying…

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Is the taxman snoozing?
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Is the taxman snoozing?

Darlington Musarurwa Business Editor’s Brief FOR a country that has every reason to invoke every…

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Rental defaults rise as tenants struggle
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Rental defaults rise as tenants struggle

Business Reporter UNSUSTAINABLE high tenant default rates are now taking a toll on the property…

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Nigeria economy to leapfrog South Africa
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Nigeria economy to leapfrog South Africa

NIGERIA may leapfrog South Africa as the continent’s biggest economy when the government statistics agency…

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The most critical factor is action
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The most critical factor is action

Motivation for Success Chrispen  Muyeche HAVING a brilliant idea is not enough to achieve success,…

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Stock market remains  indifferent
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Stock market remains indifferent

Enacy Mapakame Business Reporter THE market shares last week continued on a free fall. By…

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Boost for small-scale gold miners
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Boost for small-scale gold miners

Tendai Chara Illegal gold miners or artisanal miners, better known as Makorokoza, are notorious for…

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General  Beltings  to acquire  new plant
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General Beltings to acquire new plant

Prince Mushawevato GENERAL Beltings Limited plans to acquire a US$3 million steel cord conveyor belt…

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