Presenting Namibia’s trade and investment opportunities in the crop industry, Manager of Horticulture at the Namibian Agronomic Board, Emilie Abraham told potential investors in Davos, Switzerland that there is an investment opportunity in the country to increase local production of fruits, potatoes, wheat and maize for the local and export market. Abraham said Namibia is a net importer of agronomic products, importing about 96 per cent of fruits, 96 per cent of wheat and 65 per cent of potatoes, which makes the crop sub-sector underdeveloped and thus a huge investment opportunity, calling on potential investors to come on board and take up the opportunity to increase local production.