Manufacturers Association of Nigeria
Notwithstanding the challenges experienced by local producers, Paint Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (PMA) have concluded plans to showcase the sector’s capacity and potential
Worried by the dominance of a segment of the productive sector in the economy, the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) has emphasised the need for government intervention in other critical subsectors
Prevailing challenges of insecurity in the Middle Belt region and aggressive revenue drive by governments in the Niger/Delta region have remained a clog in the performance wheel of industrial firms
With a combined manufacturing production value of N3.2 trillion in the second half of 2021, Lagos and Ogun industrial zones are responsible for 86 per cent of manufactured goods consumed in the country and exported.
Local manufacturers in the country have cited high-level insecurity, rising operating costs and the general manufacturing unfriendly environment as responsible for the low production
Local manufacturers under the aegis of the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) have expressed apathy about the operating business environment, citing concerns about rising insecurity and production challenges that continue to dim outlook for the second quarter of the year.
The introduction of a new tax of N10 per litre excise duty on all non-alcoholic, carbonated and sweetened beverages by the Federal Government expectedly stirred up an interesting controversy between the government and the Manufacturers Association...
Notwithstanding insecurity concerns limiting access to raw materials locally, as well as foreign exchange challenges, local manufacturers have expressed commitment towards intensifying utilization of local alternatives.
With the introduction of excise duty of N10/litre on all non-alcoholic, carbonated and sweetened beverages by the Federal Government, the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN)
13 Oct 2021
For Nigeria to achieve sustainable industrialisation, stakeholders in the productive sector have advocated business remodeling and reconciliation in the discrepancy between the country
21 Sep 2021
Jude Chime is the Chief Executive Officer, Elan Exhibition, West Africa. Established in 1997, Elan Expo is an independent pure-play trade event organiser
6 Sep 2021
Manufacturers Association of Nigeria, on Thursday, 2nd September, 2021, hosted a high-level roundtable themed, Positioning African Industries for Economic Transformation and Continental Free Trade. The conversation, which centred around advancement in Africa, suggested practical ways to create ease of doing business in the continent. Driven by industry experts, the panel discussions were nothing short of…