Stakeholders have said that for Nigeria to be extremely influential in determining economic policies and attract Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs), it needs a strong and viable private sector to catalyse growth and development.
The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has expressed worries about the negative impacts of insecurity on Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) inflow into the country and the business community at large.
The Federal Government has hinted at a possible resolution to the suspension of the micro-blogging platform, Twitter in Nigeria. Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed...
Foreign Direct Investment (FDIs)) into the Nigerian telecoms industry in 2020, stood at $417. 5 billion, a decline from $942.9 billion recorded in 2019.
24 Nov 2020
Except for Lagos and Ogun states, the downward trend of Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) to South West states has exposed the inability of their governments to make their environments business-friendly.
2 Feb 2017
According to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), capital importation into Nigeria fell 47 percent last year to $5.12 billion, largely because the weak currency meant fewer dollars were required for...
23 Nov 2016
That Nigeria’s telecommunications industry is the largest and fastest growing sector in Africa is no longer news. However, sustaining this achievement remains a concern considering expectations...
31 Jul 2016
Over N11t of Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) into Nigeria have been lost within four years, between 2011 and 2015, with the hardest hit year being last year, 2015 when the level drastically dropped to a record low of one trillion naira