Fidelity Bank, NEPC, others partner on AGOA’s export scheme
The importance knowledge and readiness to take advantage of opportunities has been described as imperative, especially in boosting the capacity of small businesses in mobilising scarce foreign exchange.
‘How Nigeria can take advantage of the AGOA deal’
Worried by the low level of exploitation of the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) deal by many operators in the non-oil sector, especially in the cotton...
SON, U.S. embassy seek collaboration on standards to address trade imbalance
Worried by the trade imbalance between Nigeria and the United States, the Federal Government has been urged to replicate the one-stop-shop for imports and export ...
Stakeholders worried about AGOA project under Trump’s regime
Stakeholder has expressed fears that Donald Trump’s emergence as United States (U.S.) president will pose a major threat to African Growth Opportunity Act ...
15 years after, Africa accounts for $4.1b non-oil export under AGOA
The United States Government has stated that Nigeria and other African countries accounted for $4.1 billion worth of non-oil trade under the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA).
Ngige lauds U.S. stance over labour practices
The Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige has lauded the United States for tying her trade relations with Nigeria to fair labour practices. Ngige...