Trade in Services Opportunities and Strategies in Southern Africa Study

International Economics Consulting Ltd’s CEO, Paul Baker, and his team recently released a study on “Trade in Services Opportunities and Strategies in Southern Africa”, commissioned by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA).

The study reveals that the services sector is the most dynamic and promising sector of nearly any economy, and this rings true for Southern Africa. Services dominate the region, largely due to the influence of South Africa, whose services sector accounted for 67 percent of Southern Africa’s combined services economy.

The report offers valuable insights and recommendations on how to tap into the potential of this booming sector, and how to leverage its strengths to achieve sustainable economic growth. It is a must-read for anyone interested in the economic landscape of Southern Africa.

We invite you to check out the full report and join the conversation around the future of the services sector in this region.

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