Trade & Investment
Sierra Leone has guarded its stability since the end of its decade civil war in 2002. The country is currently on socio—economic and political ascendancy; conducting periodic multiparty democratic elections with peaceful transfer of political power from one political party to another, diversifying the economy, improving touristic potentials and making the country a complete destination for direct foreign investment. Investors are streaming into the country unhindered comfortably trading in agriculture, health, mining, manufacturing, construction and host of other things that boost the country’s economy.
Sierra Leone has been branded as one of the safest and business friendly countries in Africa; it is now ready and poised for business. Prospective investors may connect with the country’s Ministry of Trade and Industry, Sierra Leone Investment and Export Promotion Agency (SLIEPA) and Sierra Leone High Commission in Kenya.
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Ministry of Trade and Industry
Sierra Leone Investment and Export Promotion Agency (SLIEPA)
Corporate Affairs Commission
Sierra Leone Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture
National Revenue Authority
Bank of Sierra Leone