The index falls once more, to 43.82 points.
Government needs to clarify who is governed by new guidelines, and increase transparency
We look at quarterly trade statistics, and some good news from the labour force survey.
Two presentations provide insight on Namibia’s economic trajectory
The IJG Business Climate Index is at its lowest level since 2003, and has indicated economic contraction the whole year
The ACTION coalition, which includes IPPR, recently submitted these inputs on the draft broadband policy.
The indicator remains at recession levels, despite some positive movements.
Government has begun implementing a new Procurement system. This paper looks at the international framework that gave to that system and provides an analysis.
Discusses the IMF global growth forecasts, drivers of the local recession, and labour statistics
The Business Climate Monitor index fell again in June, making it six months in a row that the index is below 50, indicating economic contraction. This edition of the BCM …
Should it be a crime to have wealth you can’t explain?
The index is at its lowest level since 2003.