South Africa is a good offshore destination

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South Africa is the most developed and commercially advanced country in Africa.

South Africa is an industrial powerhouse among the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, China, South Africa) and as such is your springboard to business around the world.

Let us say, for example, you live in Russia, China or any other country in the world and you wish to do business in Africa, Europe or any other part of the world. It looks good if you approach these markets as a South African company.

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SA to call for more investment at Davos

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South Africa is to use the 2013 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland to call for more investment in the country and to boost the continent’s infrastructural projects.

The annual gathering of the world’s political, economic and business leaders takes place against the backdrop of a sluggish global economic recovery. President Jacob Zuma, who leads the country’s delegation, arrived this morning and will use the platform to promote the country’s vision for 2030, the National Development Plan.

The gloomy weather over the Davos resort is perhaps a reminder of the current difficult global economic condition. Themed, ‘The Resilient Dynamism’, that is what top leaders hope to achieve as they put together their heads to get the global economy back on its feet.

As South Africa tackles its triple challenges of poverty, inequality and unemployment, it hopes to use the occasion to lure more investments into the country.

via SABC News.com – SA to call for more investment at Davos:Tuesday 22 January 2013.

Africa looking after its own affairs

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President Jacob Zuma will lead a South African delegation to a special meeting of the Southern African Development Community‘s (SADC’s) security troika in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania on Thursday.

Zuma is attending the meeting in his capacity as chair of the SADC’s Organ on Politics, Defence and Security Cooperation.

He will be joined by Namibian President Hifikepunye Pohamba, Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete and Mozambique President Armando Guebuza, who together make up the organ.

High on Thursday’s agenda will be reports on recent political and security developments in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Madagascar, as well as Zimbabwe’s elections.

South Africa’s Department of International Relations and Cooperation said the 15-nation SADC was still the primary vehicle for South Africa to promote regional development and integration within the southern African region.

“South Africa has a vested interest in seeing the regional political and security situation improve, which will create positive conditions for the improvement of the quality of life of South Africans and SADC citizens in general,” the department said in a statement on Wednesday.

Zuma will be accompanied by International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, who is already in Dar es Salaam for a meeting of the ministers involved in the body.

via Zuma to lead SADC security meeting – SouthAfrica.info.

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Iraq Business Directory and Trade Leads Connects Businesses Worldwide

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New South Wales, Australia — (SBWIRE) — 12/12/2012 — Despite the fact that the whole world is hit by economic crisis, trading seems to have not that affected by it and still finding its way to grow. Obviously, not at the pace that one has seen in the past but still the graph is ticking up, which is a good thing even in this economic crisis. Trading is one of many ways to earn foreign exchange for the country, which means more wealth and progress. However, what matters is that you need to have either buyers from other countries that could buy your product or either you are buying something from abroad, and you are willing to sell it locally. Either ways you need to find both, a buyer and a seller, which is not an easy task at all. For that, you either need to go to a country you are wishing to do trade with and find a seller or a buyer. But that was in the old times, as nowadays there are virtual markets where you can market your product, making trades a lot easier and effective than before.

So if you are looking for a buyer or seller then you should try finding them in the virtual markets that are better known as business directories or B2B portals. ‘Iraq Trade Agency’ is that one B2B portal that could help your business to grow. It offers the best business directories and trade leads from around the world. It is preferred by a number of established, renowned and professional wholesale traders, suppliers and distributors worldwide.

via Iraq Business Directory and Trade Leads Connects Businesses Worldwide | Dec 12, 2012.

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