Zambia is one of Sub-Saharan Africa's most highly urbanized countries. The mining of copper dominates Zambia's national economy. The mining sector is the backbone of the economy and the major source of foreign exchange earnings. The country possesses 6% of the world’s copper reserves. Apart from copper mining and processing, construction, foodstuffs, beverages, chemicals, textiles, fertilizer and horticulture are also notable industries in the country. Copper, cobalt, electricity, tobacco, flowers, and cotton are the main exports. The principal imports are machinery, transportation equipment, petroleum products, electricity, fertilizer, foodstuffs, and clothing. The leading trade partners are South Africa, Switzerland, and Great Britain.
|Zambia||21-May-2013||Upgrading of 113km of the Samfya to Kasaba Vta Lubwe (D096) Road in Luapula Province.
|Zambia||21-May-2013||Supply and Delivery of Various Personal Protective Equipment; Gum Boots with Metal Toe-Cap with Lining Inside, Long Sleeve Overalls (One Piece, Cotton and Blue in Color - British Sizes Equivalent, Pl.
|Zambia||21-May-2013||Construction of (No.1) One Shiwangandu District Administration Office Block.
|Zambia||21-May-2013||Supply and Delivery of Thirty (30) 4x4 Dou Ble Cabs, Five (05) Saloon Cars.
|Zambia||21-May-2013||Borehole Sitting, Drilling and Installation of 115 Hand Pumps .
|Zambia||20-May-2013||Supply, Delivery and Installation of Furniture.
|Zambia||17-May-2013||Construction of New Standard District Hospital in Chililabombwe.
|Zambia||17-May-2013||Construction of New Standard District Hospital in Kawambwa.
|Zambia||17-May-2013||Construction of New Standard District Hospital in Chipata.
|Zambia||17-May-2013||Construction of New Standard District Hospital in Kazungula.