After 37 years that saw the southern African nation deteriorate from one of the continent’s most prosperous to one of its most destitute, President Robert Mugabe has resigned from office. The dramatic turn of events has understandably raised hopes of much-needed political and economic reforms. And many investors are now keen to get a handle on the local stock market. Here are a few things to consider if you are of similar mind.
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Here are 10 specific tactics that help you identify businesses that satisfy both criteria.