The country aims to become the most competitive economy in the Southern African Development Community by 2017. In order to achieve the NDP4 goal, close cooperation and consultation between the public and the private sectors are necessary in order to address issues of concern to the business sector.
Namibia’s economic growth, prudent macroeconomic policies, and generous social programs have not generated the jobs needed to overcome the inequitable distributions of income and assets or raise living standards in rural areas and among the urban poor.
This site explores the ways how the choice of business entity may be important to you as a business person. This guide is designed to be your introduction to companies and close corporation registration procedures and requirements.
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Public transport in Namibia is geared towards the needs of the local populace, and is confined to main roads between major population centres.
The economy is heavily dependent on the extraction and processing of minerals for export. Mining accounts for 11.5% of GDP, but provides more than 50% of foreign exchange earnings.
Namibia was one of the last countries in Africa to introduce competition in the mobile communications sector when a second network finally launched in 2007. Despite this relative lack of market competition, the country has achieved a telecom penetration rate well above the regional average.
The leading economic sectors are agriculture (cattle and sheep), fishing and mining (mainly diamonds but also uranium, zinc, copper, lead and gold). Economic planning is conducted through standard five-year development strategies
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