The country's central location in the region as well as a combination of the following strengths make Zambia an ideal investment location:
*Peace and a stable political system;
*Positive and favorable economic environment for investors;
*Guarantees and security to investors with legislated rights to full compensation and market value;
*Abundant natural resources presenting excellent investment and trade opportunities;
*Thriving private sector;
*Attractive investment incentives;
*Unlimited repatriation of profits;
*Progressive banking, legal and insurance services of international standards and stock market;
*Tax-free access to regional and wider African, EU and US markets;
*Good place to work and live - subtropical climate, friendly people, mostly English speakers, outdoor lifestyle with nature reserves, game parks, rivers, lakes and waterfalls.
One of the most water-rich countries in Africa, Zambia has 5 big lakes, 3 big rivers, 17 waterfalls and several wetlands.
Many of Zambia's 72 ethnic groups still inhabit these rural areas, relying on subsistence agriculture to survive.
In Zambia, in the hot heart of Africa, you'll find some of the best Safari experiences on the planet, including face-to-face encounters with Nature at its wildest. Spectacular waterways provide adrenaline and a playground of activities for all ages.
Its neighbors are: Democratic Congo to the north and northwest, Tanzania to the northeast, Malawi to the east, Mozambique to the southeast, Zimbabwe to the south, Botswana and Namibia to the southwest and Angola to the west.
Zambia's 752,000 square kilometers make it a large country the size of France, the Netherlands, Belgium and Switzerland combined. It consists for the most part of a high plateau, with an average height between 1,060 and 1,363 meters above sea level. (3500 and 4500 feet)...