EMMANUEL Mbambiko, a professional accountant based in Kitwe, says Zambia should not be preoccupied with the production of nshima, while the USA and China develop more appetite for consumption of minerals like copper. Mbambiko is the Kitwe Chamber of Commerce vice-president in charge of commerce. He has advised the government of Zambia to incentivise mines to increase mineral production, by embracing progressive mining taxation. In an interview, Mbambiko explained what Zambia could do in the short to medium term, as a way of reviving her spent economy. He said at...

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