Finnish business delegation in Namibia

Finnish business delegation in Namibia

A DELEGATION of close to 20 Finnish business leaders from 15 companies is expected in Windhoek tomorrow to explore business opportunities in Namibia.

The delegation will be led by Finland’s Minister of Foreign Trade and Development, Mari Kiviniemi. Finnish and Namibian business people will also attend a business forum which will be addressed by Kiviniemi and Trade and Industry Minister Immanuel Ngatjizeko.The business forum is being facilitated by the Ministry of Trade and Industry and the Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI), in conjunction with FINPRO, Finland’s consulting organisation that focuses on accelerating the internationalisation of Finnish companies.The Namibia-Finland business forum, scheduled for Friday, is expected to attract over 100 representatives of various Namibian business sectors.The Finnish delegation will consist of business representatives from various sectors such as electromechanical engineering, energy, construction, minerals and metal processing, health or pharmaceuticals and meteorological services.- NampaFinnish and Namibian business people will also attend a business forum which will be addressed by Kiviniemi and Trade and Industry Minister Immanuel Ngatjizeko.The business forum is being facilitated by the Ministry of Trade and Industry and the Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI), in conjunction with FINPRO, Finland’s consulting organisation that focuses on accelerating the internationalisation of Finnish companies.The Namibia-Finland business forum, scheduled for Friday, is expected to attract over 100 representatives of various Namibian business sectors.The Finnish delegation will consist of business representatives from various sectors such as electromechanical engineering, energy, construction, minerals and metal processing, health or pharmaceuticals and meteorological services.- Nampa

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