ZimTrade to present Namibia Market Survey findings on Thursday
ZIMTRADE will disseminate findings of the Namibia Market Survey during on 19 and 20 November 2015 in Harare and Bulawayo.
The survey, which was conducted from 2-13 September 2015, identified opportunities for local products and services in sectors such as Building and Construction, Pharmaceuticals, Leather and leather related products and Human Capital Skills, among others.
Currently, Zimbabwe’s exports to Namibia comprise: pharmaceutical products, iron and steel products, agricultural inputs, leatherproducts, among others. According to Trade map, Namibia’s import bill in 2014 was $7.4 billion with Zimbabwe supplying $17.7 million.
In 2014, Namibia was the tenth largest export destination for Zimbabwean products. Trade between Zimbabwe and Namibia is governed by the SADC Trade Protocol and the Zimbabwe-Namibia Preferential Trade Agreement, which offer preferential treatment to qualifying products into each other’s market.
Companies are encouraged to utilise the Preferential Trade Arrangements to boost their market share in Namibia.-FinX
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