IMF Resident Representative Preya Sharma says the outlook for Zambia is positive but much more still needs to be done. Meanwhile, Minister of Finance and National Planning Dr Situmbeko Musokotwane says government is doing everything possible to make the economy grow bigger. Speaking during the Government-IMF engagement with the private sector, Thursday, Sharma said it was crucial for government to continue implementing reforms to improve economic governance and reduce the risk of corruption. “It is really crucial that the government continues to implement reforms to improve economic governance and reduce the risk of corruption. New laws and regulations around government purchasing and more transparency in spending and debt accumulation will promote accountability so that it is clear for everyone how…...

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