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Gov’t recommits to decreasing import bill

Gov't recommits to decreasing import bill
Keletsositse Olebile & Mabuse Pule (L-R)

The government of Botswana has once more recommitted their aim of reducing the import bill by promoting the uptake of local products. This was emphasized by acting Minister of Investment, Trade and Industry- Mabuse Pule, at the #PushaBW Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMME) Expo National Road show launch last Friday in Gaborone. The campaign […]

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