Introduction

Namibia recognises the crucial role foreign direct investment plays in stimulating economic growth, wealth creation, employment and poverty reduction. For this reason, the main task of the Namibian Embassy in Moscow is to promote inward investment into Namibia and to foster two-way trade. To this end, the Embassy collaborates closely with the Ministry of Industrialisation, Trade and SME Development in Namibia and the Namibian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and other players in the industry to meet your trade and investment needs.

Namibia is an attractive open market country with various investment opportunities in different sectors, from mining, energy, fishing, tourism, to manufacturing, agriculture and agro-processing, logistics and services. For an investor looking for a business location in Southern Africa or the continent as a whole, Namibia should be your first choice due to its strategic location as a logistics hub for a business that aims at serving the larger SADC market and beyond.

If you have made the right choice to establish a business in Namibia and are now ready to get the ball rolling, here is a brief step-by-step guide on how you should proceed to legally establish and operate your business in the country.

Whether you wish to invest in Namibia, or are simply looking for investment opportunities, or wish to develop strategic partnerships in Namibia, or outsource products or services, or you are looking for suppliers or manufacturers, the Mission stands ready to assist by providing you relevant information and linking you up with potential counterparts.

For all Trade and Investment related queries, feel free to email us at info@namibian-embassy.ru