16 Nov 2022
The Director General of the Franco-Nigerian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI), Moses Umoru has said Nigeria remains France's leading trade partner in sub-Saharan Africa and the fourth in Africa behind Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia with the energy sector taking a prominent position in trade.
6 Jul 2022
As the elections draw nearer, experts have said businesses need to be resilient in sustaining their investments.
8 Jun 2022
President, Franco-Nigerian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI), Usman Mohammed, has said despite the daunting economic challenges, French businesses remain committed to the Nigerian environment.
13 Oct 2021
Following the 2022 appropriation bill presented by President Muhammadu Buhari to the National Assembly last week, Franco-Nigerian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI)
24 Mar 2021
MINISTER of Industry, Trade and Investment of Nigeria, Niyi Adebayo, has assured all companies in Nigeria of the ministry's preparedness to assist in growing their businesses.
11 Feb 2021
As the Companies and Allied Matter Act seeks to promote the ease of doing business in Nigeria, there is a need for the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), to distil the laws as articles...
25 Nov 2020
As the naira sustains its sliding profile against the American dollar at the parallel market, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, yesterday, said the Federal Government was working...
14 Nov 2019
Consul General of France, in Lagos, Mrs. Laurence Monmayrant, has stressed the need for Nigeria to improve on sectors like power, road and other infrastructure to make Nigeria...
29 Mar 2019
The Director-General, Franco-Nigerian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Moses Umoru has called for increased lending from commercial banks to the real sector.
1 Jun 2018
Nigeria remains a formidable investment hub in sub-Saharan Africa as it is ranked the number one business destination in the region and as well one of the sought business destination from countries around the world, the Franco-Nigerian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, has said.