PPC Zimbabwe (PPC) has proposed that government implements a 10 percent logistics reduction and a subsidised power tariff in a bid to reduce the country’s high operating costs. Kelibone Masiyane, the listed cement maker’s managing director, said most businesses were grappling with high overheads, increasing labour costs and a strong United States dollar, which is making the country’s products uncompetitive on the export market. “How about command manufacturing? If we reduce logistics costs by 10 percent and make rail more viable, have power reliability assured without paying a premium, say $0,06 instead of $0,13 and removal of the 30 percent duty on packaging because there are no local manufacturers with capacity, this would go a long way,” he said at…