South African investment mission to Japan ‘successful’, says acting Invest SA head


Many Japanese companies are keen to invest in South Africa and others are interested in expanding their investments, Invest South Africa acting head Yunus Hoosen said on Sunday. .

In a statement after returning from an investment mission by the trade and industry department (DTI), together with presidential investment envoy Phumzile Langeni and Business Leadership South Africa CEO Bonang Mohale, Hoosen described the mission as “successful”.

The mission was part of government’s investment attraction drive to attract $100-billion in investments in South Africa in five years, he said.

“I am pleased that the many Japanese companies that we met are keen to invest in South Africa and others are interested in expanding their investments. We were able to address the concerns of investors about…

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