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If we don’t have ridiculous import restrictions, tariffs and duties, how will many of our so-called ‘leaders’ make money with corrupt deals to import or smuggle maize, cement, vehicles; anything and everything. If the goals of SADC and COMESA were actually realistically implemented, it would be a big boost to trade in our region. Local companies may struggle to compete with imports temporarily, but cheaper imports will empower our consumers, generating more cash for he economy. This will give a boost to the businesses strong enough to survive and compete in a free-trade marketplace. At their SADC and COMESA meetings… Read more »