Friday, 4 May 2012

Durban chamber of commerce, trade and industry calls for closer ties with the zambia chamber of commerce trade and industry

The Durban Chamber Of Commerce, Trade And Industry Has Called For Closer Links Between Zambia’s Chamber Of Commerce, Trade And Industry To Explore Investment Opportunities In Areas Such As The Manufacturing Sector.

Durban Chamber Of Commerce, Trade And Industry Comprises Over 2,600 Companies Operating In Different Sectors Of The Durban Economy In South Africa.

Its Chief Executive Officer Andrew Layman Has Observed That There Is Still More Room For South African Investors To Invest In The Manufacturing Sector Were They Are Already Existing In Zambia.


Mr. Layman Says The Durban Chamber Is Excited To Engage Its Zambian Counterpart Through The Already Existing Bilateral Relations Between Zambia And South Africa And Utilize The Link Which Will Be Created Through South African Express Which Intends To Start Flying Into The Country In July This Year.


He Says There Is Need To Utilize The Link To Explore Opportunities In Various Areas And Not Only Manufacturing And Tourism Sectors Which Are Growing In The Two Countries.


Mr. Layman Has Noted That Currently There Are Complimentary Investment Opportunities Between The Two Countries Like In The Upper Market And Resort
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