NESG raises concerns about government’s policies on FDI inflow
The Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG) has emphasised the need to embrace and support digital economy, stating that despite the inflow of investment into the sector....
Expert seeks government’s intervention to boost FDI inflow
Efforts at attracting the needed Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) to grow the economy may not yield the expected results unless the government and relevant agencies enhance
Policy inconsistency, capital control bane of FDI
Financial analysts have listed policy inconsistency and capital control measures as impediments to capital importation and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflow into Nigeria.
Group targets $1b yearly investment in Africa
The United Kingdom’s impact investor and development finance institution (DFI), CDC Group, has announced a commitment to invest over $1 billion again in African businesses in 2021.
Expert seeks new economic model for debt reduction
For Nigeria to attract the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) needed to reduce public debt and shore up its debt to revenue ratio in a sustainable manner, the need to adopt a new economic model
Dwindling investments in Southwest states
A report that investors consider four of the six states in the Southwest geopolitical zone unattractive is, given the manifest opportunities of the area, embarrassing and indefensible.
Telecoms industry gets N358b direct foreign investments
Nigeria's telecommunications sector welcomed $942.8 million (N358.26 billion) capital inflow, popularly known as Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs), in 2019...
Optimising opportunities in capacity utilisation, equity investment
Access to capital, especially cheap funds, has always been a concern for many businesses in Nigeria, particularly those in trade and manufacturing industries. The business environment, foreign exchange concerns, the gestation period of many businesses, owners’ strongholds on control, and competition from imported goods make it difficult for many to attract the right kind of…
Firm expands LATIS network across the state
An outdoor advertising company, JCDecaux S.A. (Euronext Paris: DEC), in partnership with Grace Lake Partners (GLP), has expanded the Lagos Traffic System (LATIS) with three new strategic routes across the state from next month. The move is seen as further proof of the firm’s commitment to the state in ensuring viability as the number one…