The Buy Malawi Strategy (BMS), an initiative that encourages the citizenry to procure local services and products, has the potential to boost the manufacturing industry and, on a larger scale, the country’s economy. Read more.
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With the African Continental Free Trade Area (ACTFA) coming into force, Singaporean companies hope to invest more in Africa’s manufacturing industry, according to Linn Neo, the Regional Director – East Africa Enterprise Singapore. Read more.
Zimbabwe’s manufacturing sector is presently, gravely constrained to take full advantage of the opportunities to be created by Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) trading block. Read more.
The Namibian economy further contracted by 2.5 percent in the first quarter of the year despite being poised for an improved performance hinged on better performances by the agriculture sector which in nominal terms expanded to N$3.8 billion from N$3 billion registered in the corresponding quarter of 2020. Read more.
The rand traded below the key psychological mark of R14 to the dollar yesterday to touch R13.96, buoyed by positive sentiment as manufacturing output rose more than expected. Read more.