Namibia seeks to boost Foreign Direct Investment | Infrastructure news

The Namibia Investment Seminar showcases Foreign Direct Investment opportunities in key enterprise areas, including mining, agriculture and agro-processing, logistics, manufacturing and education.

The seminar, hosted by the Ministry of Trade and Industry of the Republic of Namibia in collaboration with the High Commission of the Republic of Namibia in South Africa, will be held on 02 July 2013 at the Gallagher Convention Centre, Gallagher Grill, in Midrand, Johannesburg

Namibia, with significant natural resources, a stable economy and rapidly modernising infrastructure, presents numerous investment opportunities. Diamonds and uranium account for the bulk of the country’s total export revenue. Namibia is also rich in a variety of other minerals, with over 30 different commodities produced from around 40 formal mining operations.

The Namibian Investment Seminar will be addressed by the Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry of Namibia, Tweya Tjikero, who will inform potential investors and business partners of:

•             Investment opportunities in the agriculture and agro-processing, logistics, manufacturing, education and mining and energy sectors.

•             The investment policy framework of Namibia.

•             Incentives for investors.

•             Information on starting a business in Namibia including company registration, permit facilitation and final establishment.

•             Namibia as a strategic, stable and conducive investment destination to penetrate the broader SADC Market.

•             Current economic performance and future outlook of Namibia.

To receive an invitation to attend the  Namibia Investment Seminar kindly email or call Nelisiwe Manoto at International Trade Projects on 011 486 0585.

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