“DEALS that take too long are never good ones,” United States president Donald Trump said while commenting on the long-dragging Brexit during his recent two-day visit to the United Kingdom. The candid leader’s remark is not far from the truth — it’s a sentiment most probably shared by many. Zimbabweans would confess to that. The nation — which hoped long-standing grandiose deals would be finalised under the new dispensation — is no stranger to mega deals announced by government but are yet to materialise. The deals, analysts say, have dragged on because investors have been edgy and are anxious over the July 30 poll outcome. It’s an election game — the “Zimbabwe is open for business” mantra is far from…