Posts Tagged ‘export’
Sub-Saharan Africa’s growing middle class are “ready to spend their money somewhere”.
Anna Rosenberg shares her insights on business potential in Ethiopia.
With its land and water resources, Africa has the potential to feed itself and become an exporter.
The East African country has failed to kick-start its manufacturing sector, but not for lack of trying.
Transporting goods across African borders requires a good knowledge of the requirements and procedures.
Waterstone Wines, one of South Africa’s top wine producers, is expanding into the rest of Africa and seeking distributors and importers throughout the continent.
How we made it in Africa’s Loraine Stander talks to Chrisleo Botha, owner of South Africa’s Blue Mountain Berries, about the challenges involved in exporting to the United Kingdom.
Mozambique expects to start exporting coal by the middle of 2011, mineral resources minister Esperanca Bias told the Mining Indaba conference in Cape Town.
Ugandan businesses are ill-prepard to compete with other countries looking for a slice of the southen Sudanese market, said Uganda’s Consular General in Southern Sudan, Busho Ndinyenka.
How we made it in Africa talks to Nils Flaatten, CEO of Wesgro, about why West Africa is a good market for exporters.
Question: I’m a South Africa-based manufacturer looking to export my products into the rest of Africa. Any tips on how to do this?
Tanzania last week banned the export of raw tanzanite in order to boost local processing.
Spanish food and beverages manufacturer, Leche Pascaul, is placing a great importance on Africa as an export destination for its products.