A large portion of the country is based on the industrial sector, which accounts for approximately 25.1% of total GDP of USD 16.29 billion.
Agriculture and mining contribute significantly to export. Agriculture also plays an important role, accounting for approximately 20.3% of total GDP.
The country is rich in metallurgical grade coal, copper, nickel, gold, platinum, and iron ore reserves.
Mining produces export materials such as coal, gold, platinum, copper, nickel, tin, diamonds, clay, and steel, as well as materials for overseas trade such as wood products, cement, and so on.
According to statistical data on gold production, Zimbabwe produces 59,776 pounds of gold per year.
In 2014, the Marange field produced an estimated 12 million carats of diamonds worth more than USD 350 million.
Commercial farming, which involves growing cash crops such as cotton, coffee, fruits, peanuts, and tobacco, is a common source of living and income.
Small-scale farmers primarily cultivate wheat and maize for subsistence purposes.
Agriculture, mining, energy, infrastructure, healthcare, and tourism all present opportunities to investigate.
According to the above figures, international firms frequently consider partnering with this country's market of over 14 million people.
Another important source of industrial income for the people is trade in the form of services and tariffs.
According to Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) statistics, tourist arrivals in Zimbabwe fell by 11% in 2019. Following the Covid-19 pandemic, the situation deteriorated, resulting in the suspension of international travel.
Telecommunications and Internet Access
ISP licensing is overseen by the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ). Licenses cost an average of USD 2-4 million, depending on the level of service desired by the ISP. Liquid Telecom, a subsidiary of Econet Wireless, is widely regarded as Zimbabwe's leading internet service provider. They currently hold the record.