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Eswatini ONE STOP SHOP INVESTMENT AND TRADE SEMINAR

Johannesburg, 09 May 2019 - The Southern African-German Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SAGCC), and The Eswatini Investment Promotion Authority-...

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125 years of AHK network

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SAGCC & GIZ Southern Africa sign MOU for cooperation in the Technical & Vocational Training

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South Africa

Booming business metropolis

With around 3.5 million people, Cape Town is the third largest metropolis in the country and the capital of the province of Western Cap. Cape Town with its harbour is the most important transshipment point for goods from the Western Cape in the southwest of South Africa.

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Frankfurt

The office in Frankfurt represents the Chamber in Germany. This office was established as support for initial market entry consultation. An Honorary representative has been based in Frankfurt since 2016. The Chamber intends to open an office in Berlin in 2019 with the mandate to manage Sub-Sahara projects.

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Maputo Mozambique

Fragile economic structure

Mozambique is one of the poorest countries in the world: 60 % of its inhabitants live below the poverty line. Although the country's economy continues to grow unabated, so far only the social elite and foreign investors have benefited.

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Harare Zimbabwe

Tense economic situation

Zimbabwe is currently one of the poorest economies in the world, characterised by very high unemployment, low gross domestic product, shortages of foreign exchange, investment and energy, and a fallow state in many economic sectors.

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Lusaka Zambia

Wobbly Hopebearer

Zambia's export economy is dominated by metallic raw materials such as cobalt and copper. Foreign exchange revenues from this sector of the economy account for up to 95% of total revenues. The primary sector of raw material extraction and agriculture has dominated very strongly since colonial times, with the secondary (manufacturing) and tertiary (services) sectors playing only a subordinate role.

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Forest Town
Johannesburg
2193

Phone: +27 (0)11 486 2775
Fax:     +27 (0)86 685 3729

Email: info(at)germanchamber.co.za

Office hours: Monday - Friday 8.00 am - 4.30 pm