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Consumer fair’s private push

Consumer fair's private push

Business Botswana President, Gobusamang Keebine has applauded the Consumer Fair for helping grow the country’s private sector.

Speaking at the official opening of the 2022 Botswana Consumer Fair on Monday, Keebine said the event creates a unique opportunity for businesses to shine and ultimately plays a part in reviving the economy.

This year's edition comes in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic, which had a disastrous effect on the business community, with repeated lockdowns in 2020 resulting in low productivity and closures.

"I'm proud of the development of local enterprises bec...

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