‘Quality of governance has implications for business’
Members of the Organised Private Sector (OPS), have explained their involvement in the electioneering process, citing the need to protect their investments as well as ensure that the quality of governance is improved upon for sustainability.
‘LCCI worried about citizens’ welfare, frequent regulatory burdens’
The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), has expressed worry about the fragile nature of the economy and its implications for poverty and citizens’ welfare, considering the rising population growth rate.
Lagos government, investors to leverage LITF for new opportunities, networks
The Lagos State Government has stated that it would leverage new opportunities and network generated from the just concluded Lagos International Trade Fair...
‘Sustainability, policy predictability key concerns for foreign investors’
For key investments needed to spur the economy to become domiciled in the country, the Nigerian government would have to commit to its policies and sustainably...
Stakeholders seek robust oil sector for citizens’ betterment
Stakeholders in Nigerian oil and gas sector have called on government to come up with laws that allow for seamless access to information...
Experts canvass renewable energy, tax holiday
Industry players at the ongoing Power Nigeria Conference and Exhibition, have advised government to embrace renewable energy to boost power availability in the country.
Non-oil exporters advocate value-addition, revamped processes to check losses
To reduce losses suffered from long haulage and shipping cycles as a result of prolonged rehabilitation of access routes leading to the ports, non-oil exporters are urging members to embrace value-addition, and re-jig their export processes as well as value-chain operations.
LCCI canvasses partnerships to deepen ICT sector
The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has called on government and private sector players to explore the Public Private Partnership (PPP) model for the needed infrastructure investment in the information and communications technology (ICT) sector.
‘Logistics cost, gas pricing impacting local production’
Nigeria’s gas pricing policy and high logistics cost have continued to negatively impact on production costs in the nation’s manufacturing sector, the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI ) has said.
Economy remains fragile despite productivity, growth indices, says LCCI
Despite rise in growth and productivity indices, the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has stated that the economy remains fragile going by recurring challenges that continue to create concerns about prospects for sustainable poverty reduction.