Tuesday, April 6, 2010
Ask those same experts about opportunities in Africa for foreign investors, and infrastructure will also be at or near the top of the list.
It’s a dichotomy much of the developing world experiences and must contend with: a wealth of raw materials manufacturing countries crave, yet limitations in the ability to get them to market.
In Africa’s case, infrastructure is a challenge, for the continent, and an opportunity, for those exporting to and importing from the world’s poorest continent.
Infrastructure-related export opportunities include equipment for the oil and gas, mining, power-generation, and telecommunications sectors. Agriculture, tourism and a developing middle class, particularly in wealthier countries such as South Africa, offer other opportunities.
Thursday, March 18, 2010
They cover all types of engineering project management whether it is design or construction project management. We manage residential projects, industrial building projects as well as infrastructure projects such as bridges, drains, water supply and roads.
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Gambia Import Export Lawyers, Solie Law has added Solie Law Chambers on Twitter and Solie Law Gambia Facebook to its internet marketing facilities in order to enable international clients to keep up-to-date with shipments, sales or distribution in The Gambia.
A Facebook presence and Twitter profile broadens the reach of any marketing campaign and will enable Solie Law's international partners and import export clients to refer, recommend and chat to each other about investment and business issues and opportunities in Gambia and the rest of West Africa.
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Land can be obtained from traditional land owners through the Government.
The process of land allocation for agriculture involves obtaining clearance from Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources before final approval is given by Ministry of Local Government and Lands.
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Sunday, February 28, 2010
Setting up a Business in Gambia
Solie Law offer advice and services on incorporating a company, the management and administration of the company’s affairs, taxation, service contracts as well as the liabilities of the company and its directors. They can handle take-overs and amalgamations and deal with the many complex issues arising form such transactions.
Raising finance, formation of companies, registration of businesses for tax, social security etc, acquisition of land, buildings and other assets, immigration, visa & work permit difficulties, employment issues, drafting standard terms and conditions of business, dealing with commercial problems, contract disputes, mediation, power of attorney, court cases, process serving, enforcement of judgments, debt collecting, taxation of the business and its shareholders.
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Wednesday, February 17, 2010
We provide the professional input, research, reporting and advice to ensure that the investor or donor is fully aware and that risks are kept to a minimum. We also provide full supervision, reporting and accountability during the implementation of any particular project.
Qualified Import Export Trade Leads
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Friday, February 12, 2010
A thriving economy founded on a successful private sector is linchpin to The Gambia's governance orientation. It appreciates that a government's only measure of credibility lies in its ability to translate the numeric of economic statistics into food on the peoples' tables, roofs on their heads and security in their minds, all these while guaranteeing a critical level of development commensurate with whatever is internationally apace.
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Thursday, January 21, 2010
How does Salt Cell work?
Last week, the Department for Transport convened ‘Salt Cell’, which provides advice to the salt companies on how to prioritise their deliveries and facilitate mutual aid agreements. It recommended to the Department for Transport last Friday that councils and the Highways Agency reduce their salt use by 25 per cent.
Salt Cell is convened by the Department for Transport and includes the Cabinet Office, the LGA, the Highways Agency and the devolved administrations in Scotland and Wales. It assesses which areas of the country need salt the most and makes recommendations to the suppliers accordingly. Salt Cell’s decisions are not binding on the salt companies or individual local authorities.
Salt Cell met last Wednesday, Friday and yesterday (Tuesday). It will meet again on Friday.
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Monday, January 18, 2010
As early as the 16th century when Portuguese explorers - then masters of international trade-first discovered the land, its people and various attractions, they were apparently convinced of its trade capabilities that they unanimously named it "El Cambio"(the exchange).
West Africa has a potential market of over 270 million consumers, and offers real business opportunities for manufacturing and exporting companies wishing to build a market share in the emerging markets of West Africa.
Monday, January 11, 2010
A free trade zone (FTZ) or export processing zone (EPZ) is an area of a country where some normal trade barriers such as tariffs and quotas are eliminated and bureaucratic requirements are lowered in hopes of attracting new business and foreign investments.
It is a region where a group of countries has agreed to reduce or eliminate trade barriers. Free trade zones can be defined as labour intensive manufacturing centers that involve the import of raw materials or components and the export of fast moving consumer goods and other factory products.
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