To further deepen our win-win partnership, the Paper provides five concrete suggestions to improve South Africa investment climate.in the following areas of: investment protection; public procurement and local content requirements; providing necessary skills; Public Private Partnership, notably, in the field of energy; and more effective ways for South Africa to pursue its transformation agenda.
For the details of these proposals the paper of the EU Chamber of Commerce provides illuminating insight.
The European Union is the world’s second largest economy. European companies are global leaders in promoting environmentally and socially responsible entrepreneurship.
EU companies are here for the long run. They are a real asset for the South African economy and provide growth and job opportunities for all South Africans.
Her Excellency Riina Kionka is the new European Union Ambassador to South Africa.