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Namibia's Industrial Policy

As encapsulated in Namibia's Vision 2030, Namibia should be an industrialised country, developed by her human resources, enjoying peace, harmony and political stability. Namibia's Industrial Policy outlines the specific principles, vision, aims and objectives that will guide Namibia efforts towards industrialisation. It should be noted that the policy spans across a wide range of stakeholders, including Government Ministries and Agencies and the private sector. 

Namibia's Industrial Policy

Industrial Policy
Industrial Policy

Industrial development is recognised as a shared responsibility between the Government and the private sector through smart partnership. The Industrial Policy has prioritised these policy principles as requiring particular attention:

  • Incentives for industrialisation
  • Small business development
  • Skills 
  • Innovation, research and development
  • Financing 
  • Regional integration
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