President Hage Geingob is set to participate in the inaugural European Union Global Gateway Forum (GGF) and the EU-Namibia Green Hydrogen and Critical Raw Materials Business Forum in Brussels, Belgium.

PSG Wealth Namibia forecasts a 3.8% gross domestic product (GDP) growth for the domestic economy this year but anticipates slower growth of 2.2% next year.

The City of Windhoek is working with the Namibia Investment Promotion and Development Board (NIPDB) to promote the ease of doing business in the country and the city. 

Namibia's Green Industrialisation Agenda is expected to increase the country's Gross Domestic Profit (GDP) by N$114.5 billion by 2040, President Hage Geingob said at the 2023 Africa Energy Week in Cape Town, South Africa.

The German government has provided Namibia with N$32.3 billion in development funding since 1990, official figures show. 

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