I think this is a good opportunity to outline what our mandate comprises of so people can better understand how well the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment (FMITI) is doing.
Despite the opportunities offered by the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), the United States Government has expressed worry that non-oil exports remain very low, with many African countries yet to exploit opportunities the programme offers.
The Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company (CCHBC), a consumer-packaged goods company and the parent company of the Nigerian Bottling Company (NBC) Ltd., has announced its commitment to achieving net zero emissions across its entire value chain by 2040.
Local manufacturers and non-oil exporters have been urged to take advantage of the devalued currency to improve their export capacity and hedge against local challenges, especially under the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) deal.
The Creative Director, Maliko, Ebuka Omaliko, has called on the Federal Government to urgently prioritise investment towards Nigeria's productive industry.
With the presentation of the 2022 budget by President Muhammadu Buhari to the National Assembly, local producers have raised concerns about some proposals and underlying challenges
For Nigeria to achieve sustainable industrialisation, stakeholders in the productive sector have advocated business remodeling and reconciliation in the discrepancy between the country
The worldwide online gambling industry has been growing steadily for years. Africa takes a small portion of the world’s market but also shows a constant value increase. This continent also has a huge potential to develop further. That can benefit internet casinos and players, but are there ways for the economy to profit? Some countries…
As the country commemorates another year of independence, members of the organised private sector of the Nigerian economy have urged the Federal Government to address lingering macro-economic
The Bank of Industry (BoI) has stated that it has raised over $3 billion in the last three years to increase lending to Nigeria's industrial sector.
By deepening investment in backward integration, especially in terms of new technology and seeds, as well as encouraging firms to source local alternatives for imports
Digital transformation is a journey, not a one-off. As digital transformation is evolving across the globe, Nigeria cannot afford to lag behind and catch up later.