Namibia is a stable and democratic country. The Namibian Government is committed to stimulating economic growth and employment through the attraction and retention of investments.
The recently-completed expansion of the port at Walvis Bay strategically positions the country as a gateway to the more than 330 million people in the broader Southern Africa market.
Primary infrastructure is relatively well-developed and modern, with a good transport system, an efficient communication system (including cellular networks and broadband internet connectivity), and a sophisticated financial sector. The economy is mostly export-driven, with mining, tourism, fishing and agriculture being Namibia’s key sectors.