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Split down the middle: Namibia has a strong economy and is rich in natural resources, yet poverty remains a significant problem as does unemployment

Namibia pins its hopes on uranium and diversification

November 1, 2013

Namibia has managed to overcome the worst of the global economic slump, while a huge new uranium mine could boost its growth greatly in the next few years. But the country still has plenty to do to tackle its most pressing social issues. 

Namibias banks tackle exclusivity

Namibia’s banks tackle exclusivity

November 1, 2013

Namibia’s banks are among the most sophisticated and safest in Africa, but they are coming under increasing pressure to service the country's unbanked population and small businesses. 

TEASER-on the brink

On the brink: the banks just outside the Top 1000

August 1, 2012

While The Banker's Top 1000 World Banks ranking published every July gives an insightful and unique snapshot of the state of the global banking market, our ranking of those banks featuring just below the ranking gives an excellent indication of the way in which the market is heading, and which countries and regions are on the rise.

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