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- International finance : export of capital goods
Aimed at manufacturers and providers of exported capital goods or services. The aim is to provide competitive US Dollar and Rand financing to prospective foreign buyers of equipment.
- International finance : credit facilities
Aimed at local importers of capital goods or services
requiring medium to long term import credit facilities.
- International finance : short-term finance facilities
Aimed at exporters looking for short term working
capital facilities to help them facilitate export orders.
Exportcapital is a fund management firm dedicated
to helping outstanding entrepreneurs build category-defining
export projects. They are mandated by the South
African export development fund to invest approximately
R220 million in projects that will enhance South
African exports. the SAEDF is a closed fund -
meaning that all proceeds from our investments
return to the fund, which is governed by a board
of trustees where the department of trade and
industry is represented.
- Guide to Exporting - Export Finance
MBendi provides a guide to exporting from South Africa.
This export finance guide includes information about Export
Credit Insurance, Factoring, Confirming and Bank Finance.
Marketing and Investment Assistance Scheme
The purpose of assistance under
the EMIA scheme is to partially compensate exporters
for costs incurred in respect of activities aimed
at developing export markets for South African products
and services and to recruit new foreign direct investment
into South Africa. See also these pages on ExportHelp...
Export Market Research Scheme
Assistance is provided to partially compensate exporters
for costs incurred in developing new export markets.
Trade and Investment South Africa (TISA) participates
in selected trade fairs and exhibitions abroad by
means of a National Pavilion or Mini National Pavilion.
Assistance is therefore provided to qualifying South
African exporters to introduce South African products
into foreign markets by participating in suitable
foreign exhibitions in a cost effective manner. The 2009 TISA telephone contactlist can be downloaded here.
Assistance is granted to individual exporters to
exhibit products at recognised exhibitions abroad
where TISA does not provide for a national pavilion.
Selling Trade Missions
Assistance is provided to South African exporters
who wish to make contact with foreign buyers with
a view to conclude new export orders.
Investment Recruitment Missions
Assistance is provided to South African enterprises
participating in Outward Investment Missions with
a view to encourage and attract foreign direct investment
into South Africa.
Buying Trade Missions
Assistance is provided to organisers of inward buying
trade missions to enable prospective buyers to make
contact with South African exporters to conclude export
orders. The group mission must be organised by a qualifying
organisation, export council or TISA. Companies qualify
in terms of the individual Inward Buying Mission scheme.
The purpose of the scheme is to provide assistance
to organisers of Inward Investment Missions to facilitate
foreign direct investment into South Africa.
Assistance is provided to specific industry sectors
- Guide to Exporting - Export Incentives
MBendi provides a guide to exporting from South Africa. This export incentives
guide includes information about the Tariff Restructuring Programme, Other forms
of assistance, Sector Assistance Scheme and Innovation support programmes for