ZIMBABWE should prioritise efforts to promote macroeconomic stability and other macroeconomic fundamentals to support economic growth and foster effective value addition of its resources, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said. “Macroeconomic instability, the viability of the dollarised monetary regime and the government’s large footprint in the economy continue to stymie private sector development and create uncertainty for investors,” said the IMF in email responses to questions from The Financial Gazette. “Efforts to promote macroeconomic stability, improve the business environment, increase productivity, and strengthen governance will be important for promoting investment, diversifying the economy and supporting growth”, it said. Asked whether relaxation of indigenisation laws will not widen inequality in the country, the IMF emphasised the need for transparent policies…