CHI bags top 50 brands Nigeria award
CHI Limited recently gained another recognition at the Top 50 Brands Awards, as Nigeria’s leading manufacturer of fruit juices, dairy products and snacks, through innovative products like Chivita and Hollandia, which are benchmarks and definitive standards in their respective categories. By using specific criteria including brand popularity, category leadership, innovation, national spread, Corporate Social Responsibility…
‘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.
‘Large industrial firms still dominating credit allocation to manufacturing sector’
Although the latest data from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) show that Nigerian Bank’s total lending to the private sector from Q1 2018 to Q3 2018 stood at N15.5 trillion as at September 30 2018, the volume of exposure to small-scale industrial firms and businesses remains a source of concern to operators. Indeed, the…
Loss of momentum in trade growth extends into Q4
Trade growth is likely to slow further into the fourth quarter of 2018 according to the WTO’s latest World Trade Outlook Indicator (WTOI) released on Monday.
‘Why we are not supporting the new postal bill’
With at least N300 billion worth of investment at stake and potential job loss of at least 100,000, the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry...
LCCI holds forum to address automobile challenges
The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) will on Friday, hold a dialogue to develop the automobile sector and proffer solutions to myriads of problems plaguing the sector.
Debt sustainability hinged on real sector growth, investments
Citing inconsistencies in population growth rate and the pace of the economy, stakeholders in the private sector...
How to improve ease of doing business, by LCCI
President of Lagos Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Babatunde Paul Ruwase, has urged the Federal Government to empower the private sector for job creation, and improve ease of doing business in the country.
‘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...