Botswana sells 'unique' ease of doing business point

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In yet another effort to attract investors to consider doing business in Botswana, government urged the audience at the just-ended US-Africa Business Summit to make hay while the sun shines for venture capitalists.

Speaking at the summit, President Mokgweetsi Masisi said Botswana still has a stable economic outlook to set up and operate in the country despite the pandemic having chipped away at some sectoral gains.

“We have, as a country, managed to maintain a positive economic outlook going forward, with both Moody’s and Standard and Poor’s rating agencies, giving us an 'A' sovereign credit ratings, the only country in mainland sub-Saharan Africa to have such a rating," he said.

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