Botswana has the most powerful firms in the continent, with a population of more than two million and a population growth rate of more as more and more people are arriving.

The country has been one of the top destinations for tech companies and is also one of Africa’s fastest growing economies.

In the country’s capital, the capital, Nairobi, the country is home to the largest online retailer in Africa.

The world’s third-largest e-commerce company, Amazon, has established itself as one of Botswana’s biggest success stories in recent years.

It is the largest private employer in the country with more than 5,000 employees.

Its founder, Jeff Bezos, is one of South Africa’s richest men and has also built a fortune with Amazon, which he purchased for $775 million in 2018.

But Botswana needs to attract more foreign talent to the country, as it has not managed to attract enough foreign talent in the past decade.

Botswana was ranked the second-best place to work in Africa in a 2017 study by the McKinsey Global Institute.

The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECAF) ranks Botswana fourth among African countries for economic freedom, after Mauritania and South Africa. 

A study published by McKinsey in 2018 revealed that Botswana ranks as the third most prosperous country in the world after Mexico and Brazil.

It has a very competitive tax regime and a strong business climate.

The most important industries in the economy are tourism, agri-food, manufacturing, telecommunications and technology, according to the study. 

The study also ranked Botswana eighth in the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) annual list of the world’s most innovative countries, behind Japan and South Korea. 

Botswana has a thriving tech sector, with technology giants such as Google, Apple, Facebook and Microsoft having established offices in the city. 

Despite being a member of the African Economic Community (AEC), Botswana still has its own separate customs, immigration and border control systems. 

Its government has been known to have strong ties with African nations, such as Morocco, Algeria and Mauritania, where it has diplomatic ties. 

According to the International Monetary Fund, Botswana had the fifth-largest trade surplus in Africa last year, behind the likes of Kenya, South Africa, Tunisia and Egypt. 

It is the second most populous country in Africa, after South Africa and Nigeria, and has the third-highest per capita income, after Ghana and Angola. 

In the past 10 years, Botswanese exports to Africa have risen by 23% and imports by 14%. 

It has seen its GDP grow by 11.4% in 2016 and 11.7% in 2017, according to the World Bank.

Botswania’s economic growth has also been boosted by investments in infrastructure, education, health and social services.

The Government has also increased investment in education and science and has established several science-based businesses, such to create a national science research centre. 

At the same time, Botszaan companies have been making investments in technology, creating jobs for Botswana workers and boosting the countrys international competitiveness.

The National Economic and Investment Council has invested in more than 3,000 businesses and companies, and is helping to bring about a “digital economy”. 

The Botswana Ministry of Business, Trade and Industry, which has the power to introduce new legislation, has been able to pass a number of legislation that have created new jobs and investment opportunities for the country. 

“Botswanians have been very active in this sector and we are hoping that the new laws will help us in that sector as well,” said Mambule Ngwekenga, President of the National Economy Council. 

More than 90% of Botswanis are female and Botswanais women are working out of more companies than men. 

Many of the companies are doing a lot of research and research and are now investing in new technologies to help create new jobs.

Botswans first-class internet access is also growing. 

One of the biggest companies, Nxt, recently announced it was opening a second office in the capital city, Natal, in 2019, which will be the second digital company to open in the same city.

The company plans to set up a new internet cafe in the new building, with the goal of attracting more visitors. 

Other companies are also investing in digital products.

Last year, the online payments provider, Paytm, announced it would set up an office in Botswana, a country with only 10 million people.

The move is expected to create 10,000 jobs. 

This article was originally published on News24.