The role of Namibia’s geography is key to driving its economic growth and colour its tourist, energy, ICT and agricultural landscapes while consolidating the perks of added value.
Gabon’s new Hydrocarbons Code has brought a new energy in the sector, especially for what concerns offshore resources.
Djibouti is successfully improving its position in the global market by enacting several enterprising reforms to enhance and improve conducive business environments, property registration, credit availability, as well as empowering sectors such as infrastructure, finance and energy.
The Army of the Federal Republic of Nigeria plays a crucial role in ensuring peace and stability across Nigeria, investing in local content and local workforce and contributing to provide citizens, investors and entrepreneurs with a dynamic, safe and enabling business environment.
With a pledge to protect the “beating blue heart of the planet,” President Faure’s administration has demonstrated constant dynamism to achieve the objectives of the Blue Economy for the benefit of the nation.
Blue Economy and conservation has permeated every aspect of the Seychelles economy, and now the island country offers investment opportunities to continue its mission toward progress and protection.