By Shame Makoshori and Adelaide Moyo THE Common Fund for Commodities (CFC) has lined up loans of up to $2 million per firm to Zimbabwe’s distressed manufacturing companies, which require billions of dollars to return to full scale production. This is according to a letter dispatched by the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Enterprise Development to the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) last week notifying its membership that funding opportunities had opened up at CFC. A high country risk profile has seen companies failing to access funding from foreign financiers, while domestic funding options have been difficult to tap into due to high interest rates in Zimbabwe. CFC is an inter-governmental institution established within the framework of the United Nations…