Levy Shopping Mall boon to Zambian economy
Times.co.zm - Dec 11th, 11:19
National Pensions Scheme Authority (NAPSA) director general Charles Mpundu says Levy Park Shopping Mall has contributed to national development through job creation during the construction and post-construction phases.
Mr Mpundu said on Friday during the lighting ceremony at the shopping mall that the multimillion shopping complex, which is owned by NAPSA, had greatly contributed to the development and expansion of the Zambian economy.
Mr Mpundu also said NAPSA, being the owners of the complex, was mandated to prudently administer it.
“To this end, NAPSA plays an impotent role in contributing to the development and expansion of the Zambian economy by providing capital through the capital market and financial banking systems for onward leading to emerging and existing businesses,” he said.
Mr Mpundu said NAPSA would ensure that even after five years of opening the mall, it would remain competitive and still deliver its brand promises of offering varieties, being dependable, novel and,
most of all, being inspirational.
“Levy Business Park and Mall offers variety, is dependable and has a sense of history. Our role is to engage with Zambians and keep the business park and mall positioned and progressive so that our customers see the core values and improvements year after year,” he said.Copyright © 2013 Times of Zambia: The Official Website, All Rights Reserved
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