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Finish Investors Seek Investment Opportunities in Zambia

 

A delegation of over 14 Finish investors are in the country exploring investment opportunities in various sectors of the economy.

The major sectors the investors are interested in are energy, mining, forest, service, manufacturing, construction and the financial sectors respectively.

Fair to Boost Zambia's Access to Swazi Market - ZDA

Zambia Development Agency (ZDA) is leading Zambia's participation in this year's 49th Swaziland International Trade Fair in Manzini where over 25,000 exhitbitors are participating.

Delegation leader and ZDA Manager Export Development, Albert Halwampa reveals that the Food Reserve Agency (FRA) is among the key exhibitors at the show that starts tomorrow, Friday 1st September, 2017.

Exhibition samples from Trade Kings, California Beverages, Superior Mealing and Zayaan Investments will also be displayed at the ZDA stand to showcase products from Zambia.

Decline in 2016 NTEs is a Result of Inadequate Finance For Exporters-ZDA

The Zambia Development Agency (ZDA) implores government to recapitalise the Zambia Export Development Fund (ZEDEF) for affordable finance to exporters of non-traditional exports (NTEs).

According to an exporter audit survey which was recently disseminated, ZDA reports that recapitalising the Zambia Export Development Fund will ensure that exporters have access to adequate funds to finance export activities.

7NDP to Enhance Socio-Economic Development

The Seventh National Development Plan (7NDP), which is the country’s blue-print for development for the next five years, up to 2021, brings out ambitious plans to make Zambia a prosperous middle-income economy that offers decent employment opportunities for all Zambians.

The plan envisions a prosperous middle-income economy that offers decent employment opportunities for all Zambians of different skills and background and will be achieved by harnessing opportunities for economic diversification and growth.

Zambian Companies Clinch Orders worth USD 500,000 at Feira International Trade Fair in Luanda

The Zambia Development Agency (ZDA) says Angola presents unlimited potential for Zambian Non Traditional Exports (NTEs).

Orders amounting to USD 500,000.00 were cliched to supply pig feed and biscuits to Angola during the International Trade Fair in Luanda, Angola.

The Agency led a delegation of the private sector to attend the Feira International Trade Fair (FILDA) in Luanda Angola from 26 to 30th July,2017.

Expo Reveals Investment Opportunities in Luapula

The Zambia Development Agency (ZDA) says the Luapula Expo and Investment Conference has unveiled numerous investment opportunities in the province which when harnessed well, will change the economic outlook of the province.

Speaking at the ongoing Luapula Expo and Investment Conference, Director Enterprise Development Mukula Makasa notes that there are enormous opportunities in agriculture, tourism, mining, aquaculture, forestry and livestock among others.

Decline in 2016 NTEs is a Result of Inadequate Finance For Exporters-ZDA

The Zambia Development Agency (ZDA) implores government to recapitalise the Zambia Export Development Fund (ZEDEF) for affordable finance to exporters of non-traditional exports (NTEs).

According to an exporter audit survey which was recently disseminated, ZDA reports that recapitalising the Zambia Export Development Fund will ensure that exporters have access to adequate funds to finance export activities.

Kazungula to Become a Tourist Destination

The Government of the Republic of Zambia has committed itself to creating a business environment that benchmarks Zambia as the best investment destination among dynamic developing economies in the sub region.

Zambia Development Agency (ZDA) is one institution mandated by government to foster Zambia’s economic growth and development by promoting trade and investment in Zambia through an efficient, effective and coordinated private sector led economic strategy.

SMEs Are the Cornerstone of Development - ZDA

The Zambia Development Agency (ZDA) says enhancing the development of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) cannot be over emphasized as SMEs play an important role in employment creation and economic growth.

ZDA Director General Patrick Chisanga says even the big companies of today started as SMEs or family businesses.

Exhibition on the Sidelines of the Ease of Doing Business Conference to Showcase Zambian Products

Ministry of Commerce Trade and Industry Permanent Secretary Mrs Kayula Siame says there is an exhibition running alongside the Ease of Doing Business Conference to showcase some products and services offered by Zambian companies.

Mrs. Siame says the exhibition has attracted both small and medium enterprises and some large companies.

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