Video: Botswana’s special economic zones offer investment opportunities

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This Growth and Recovery Outlook video highlights Botswana’s efforts to meet the goals of its transformation agenda to become a high-income country by 2036. The country’s stable political climate – and favourable regulatory and financial framework – position it as an attractive investment destination. This is further strengthened by the country’s nine special economic zones, which provide administrative support and tax incentives to investors seeking to establish operations in automotives, ICT, manufacturing, mining and tourism, among other sectors.

Click here to read our recently published Botswana Focus Report to know more.

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