According to the bank document, the projet involves the regional expansion, growth and modernization of the Foreign Enterprise. The Foreign Enterprise produces, markets and sells pre-basic seeds for which a certified seed is multiplied for agricultural production. The Foreign Enterprise is headquartered in Lusaka with seed production taking place on a farm 15 kilometers from the city center and has distribution and storage facilities located in other areas in the Republic of Zambia. The Foreign Enterprise has established a branch office in the Republic of Tanzania and has wholly-owned subsidiaries in Namibia and Botswana. The Foreign Enterprise also exports seeds for sale in Zimbabwe and is evaluating its expansion into Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia, Angola and Ghana.
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