The Times Of Africa
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Volume VII Issue 5 (Special Supplement on Namibia) THE TIMES OF AFRICA, on the occasion of 3rd India Africa Forum Summit produced a special supplement on Namibia. Namibia’s strengths embrace a modern infrastructure, a good business climate, and economic and political stability. On the economic side, endorsing trade and investment is the foundation of the Government’s policy. Namibia is currently an active member of the UN, NAM, the Commonwealth, AU, Southern Africa development Cooperation (SADC), Southern African Customs Union (SACU) and other international and regional organizations and is a passionate participant in those fora. Namibia is in fact searching for angels - with well-deserved potential to fascinate more Foreign Direct Investments from the world. Not only does it enjoy one of the continent’s most pleasant, peaceful and politically stable environments, but also an infrastructure to rival many developed countries. Namibia has a profusion of natural resources, among them, a wide range of mineral deposits including world class diamonds and uranium, copper, lead, zinc, gold, semi-precious stones, industrial minerals, salt and fluorspar. It has more, read to explore…
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