In ‘Eurobonds: Weighing Risks against gains’ there has been recent media speculation about the government issuing another Eurobond – the third in two years. This has resulted in apprehensions in some quarters of the economy regarding the risks associated with this seemingly allure of Eurobonds. In ‘ Used motor vehicle imports: The quest to squash lemons’ the growing concern about the condition of motor vehicles being imported in the country is appropriate, but any policy intervention must be supported by evidence. In ‘High trade costs: what can be done’ 76 percent of the time in export and import procedures in Zambia is attributable to administrative procedures – documentation, customs and ports handling. In ‘Does Zambia need to change the way it allocates the CDF?’ There is sufficient international evidence to demonstrate the effectiveness of needs-based funding. Uganda for instance has successfully implemented the use of a resource allocation formula in health resources. ‘Comprehensive Debt Management Structures needed in Management of Eurobonds’ is a full transcript of the interview by Idriss Linge, a Journalist and Communication Consultant for Agency Ecofin with Shebo Nalishebo, Research Fellow at ZIPAR. In ‘Private Sector Development: Engine for growth’ the private sector is widely recognized as a critical sector in economic development because it is a key source of productivity, growth and innovation. In ‘Media cardinal in adoption of good policies,’ to ensure that Zambia’s sovereign bond issues do not turn into a financial disaster, Government should among other things put in place a sound, forwarding-looking and comprehensive debt-management structure. The article then concludes with a note on ‘National Assembly adopts ZIPAR recommendations on Fiscal Decentralisation.’