The Chamber of Mines of Namibia says that the 2021 Fraser Institute Annual Survey of Mining Companies accurately reflects the overall status quo of the current Namibian investment landscape, one which appears to be in limbo rather than improving dramatically. It remains increasingly worrisome, they say, that while pronouncements by the government favour a conducive investment environment, there is no visible corresponding actions to demonstrate the finalisation of outstanding policy matters that continue to perpetuate investor uncertainty. Namibia’s overall score of 75.20 on the Index, the Chamber says indicates there is still much to be done to improve Namibia’s policy landscape.
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