Int’l software group discloses plans to establish trade zone in the Gambia
The chief executive officer (CEO) of Infini Africa Group, one of the largest software developers in the world, has disclosed that his company plans to establish a trade zone in the Gambia.
According to the Daily Observer newspaper, Nadeen Khan told journalists on Tuesday at the State House in Banjul, “We are a company that specializes in establishing trade zones and we are going to establish an outsourcing hub for Africa in The Gambia which is going to service the whole of the African market.”
Khan made the statement shortly after his meeting with the Gambian leader, President Yahya Jammeh in Banjul.
His company, according to him, is one of the largest software developers in the world, and specializes in outsourcing for governments and corporate bodies.
“We are very pleased and honored that the president has given us the permission to establish a substantial hub in The Gambia,” he said.