We all know that Nigeria is Africa’s largest economy, and with a population of 200 million people, one with huge potential for growth. It is, therefore, a country of significant potential for foreign direct investment
Experts have underscored the need for the government to work out modalities on how to accelerate investment in infrastructure through bonds and other activities that would stimulate long-term fundraising from the capital market.
Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State has been commended for mobilising indigenes resident abroad and providing the enabling environment for Foreign Direct Investment
Global foreign direct investment (FDI) flows are expected to bottom out in 2021 and recover some lost ground with an increase of 10 per cent to 15 per cent, according to UNCTAD’s latest World Investment Report.
For Nigeria to surmount its liquidity challenges, generate foreign exchange (forex) and remain competitive, there is need to target heavy inflow of foreign direct investment (FDI)
Members of the Senate Committee on Trade and Investment and executives of Nigeria Export Processing Zones Authority (NEPZA) have commended Alaro City for the significant Foreign Direct Investment ...
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....
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
Global foreign direct investment (FDI) collapsed in 2020, falling 42% from $1.5 trillion in 2019 to an estimated $859 billion, according to the latest UNCTAD Investment Trends Monitor
Financial analysts have listed policy inconsistency and capital control measures as impediments to capital importation and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflow into Nigeria.
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.
Global foreign direct investment (FDI) collapsed in 2020, falling 42% from $1.5 trillion in 2019 to an estimated $859 billion, according to the latest UNCTAD Investment Trends Monitor, with Nigeria earning $2.6billion of the global volume.