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Manufacturers Association of Nigeria

3 days ago
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
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
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…
19 Aug
The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) has urged students to focus on manufacturing and things that can guarantee multiple flows of income.
4 Aug
Available statistics from economists indicate that the planned removal of the Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) subsidy will put the survival of millions of households in the balance.
26 May
Despite recovery from the negative growth recorded by the manufacturing sector last year, operators have expressed optimism about sustained momentum, urging the government to address...
24 Mar
The impact of the coronavirus, insecurity and governance issues may have significantly impacted manufacturing activities within the country, as investments in the sector dropped...
10 Mar
Local manufacturers have decried the rising level of inventory, especially for unsold manufactured goods, adding that declining disposable income of consumers, as well as rising inflation
3 Feb
Notwithstanding the challenges of access to foreign exchange (forex) for importation of raw materials, local manufacturers have stated that a favourable exchange regime...
12 Jan
The concern by the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) on the need for a special intervention to keep the country’s industries alive, in the midst of economic recession and the effects of COVID-19 pandemic...
2 Dec 2020
The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) has urged the Federal Government to review its stance on border closure, especially as the timeline for African Continental Free Trade Agreement
28 Nov 2020
With the Federal Government proposing to re-open the land border, the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) has argued for the review of the decision, in line with the demand of the economy and the core objective...


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