Zimbabwe is targeting annual average economic growth of 5% for the next five years, while aiming to bring down inflation to single digits and create 760 000 formal jobs as part of a new economic recovery plan. Under its National Development Strategy, the government also aims to increase foreign reserves to at least 6 months of import cover by 2025 and ensure “a market-determined and competitive foreign exchange rate regime”. Future Media News contacted Zimbabwean economist Eddie Cross who says he this is easily achievable.