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The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) offers a variety of services to those interested in conducting business in South Africa – ranging from details on how to do business in the country, to the different forms that businesses can take. Services for international investors include:
- Investment information: opportunities, incentives, regulations, policies, strategic sectors.
- Investment marketing: local and foreign marketing initiatives.
- Business facilitation: visas, investment missions, intergovernmental co-ordination, relocations, business introductions, black economic partnerships, financing and incentives.
- Outward investment: connections to other African investment promotion agencies, project financing, deal structuring.
For investor information, please see our Investor’s Handbook Download Link.
For more information, visit SouthAfrica.Info, Department of Trade and Industry.
Trade and Investment Facts:
“South Africa’s improvement by 14 places in the World Bank’s 2016 Logistics Performance Index tells us that South Africa is certainly open for business. South Africa stands at 20th of 160 countries assessed by the survey, moving up from 34 in 2014. The ease of movement for goods and services contribute significantly to a country’s competitiveness, particularly as a destination for investment.”— Export Development & SupportTISA