Why invest in Zambia
Market to Zambian products
- Everything But Arms (EBA) Market Initiative to the EU;
- AGOA Market Initiative to the
- Canadian Market Access Initiative;
- Chinese Market Access Initiative;
- Japanese Market Access Initiative; and
- Crude oil, machinery/equipment, textiles, pharmaceuticals
- Copper & cobalt
Non traditional exports (NTEs)
- Agricultural products (i.e. sugar, tobacco, cotton and cotton lint and yarn) and horticultural products (fresh vegetables), floricultural products (i.e. cut flowers), gemstones, timber, electricity, cement.
Tender Board Procedures for Public Sector and Parastatal Companies
The Zambia National Tender Board (ZNTB) conducts procurement of
goods and services; consultancy services; and public works on
behalf of the public sector and parastatal companies in
Listing on the Lusaka Stock Exchange (LUSE)
Lusaka Stock Exchange (LUSE) is a relatively new stock exchange.
It is a modern stock exchange. LUSE was voted the best
performing Exchange in the region for the second consecutive
year. LUSE is affiliated to the African Stock Exchanges
Association; Committee of SADC Stock Exchanges and Federation of
World Stock Exchanges
Listed companies on the exchange include British American Tobacco (BAT), BP, Chilanga Cement, Farmers’ House, National Breweries, Standard Chartered Bank, ZAMBEEF, Zambia Sugar Company and the Copper Energy Corporation (CEC).
Why list on LUSE:
- No foreign exchange controls;
- Unregulated exchange and interest rates;
- Modern securities regulation; and
- Listed stock dividends are exempt from
15% withholding tax (for individuals and effective
1st April, 2006).
For listing requirements visit the LUSE website at www.luse.co.zm.