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Manufacturers Association of Nigeria

23 Nov 2020
Worried by the state of the nation’s manufacturing sector, the acting Editor-in-Chief, The Guardian, Martins Oloja, and other stakeholders in the real sector have asked the Federal Government...
11 Nov 2020
The Lagos Economic Summit Group (LESG) has announced the postponement of Ehingbeti, the Lagos Economic Forum, earlier scheduled to hold this week, to a later date in the first quarter of 2021. With this postponement, the Economic Summit themed ‘For a Greater Lagos: Setting The Tone For The Next Decade’, has become a component of…
31 Aug 2020
In a situation that appears worse than that of 2016, multinationals and local firms that depend on foreign exchange for operations are reappraising their business continuity plans in Nigeria owing to “unfavourable regulations, currency devaluation and scarcity of the Greenback” for importation and backward integration. With lower incomes and rising unemployment aggravated by the COVID-19…
27 Aug 2020
Local manufacturers have kicked against directive by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) that dealers should stop opening form M for payments...
12 Aug 2020
Despite relative peace in the region, the Southeast zone has remained unattractive to investors, a situation analysts ascribe to unfriendly tax regimes...
28 Jul 2020
Local manufacturers have devised alternative means of providing electricity to industrial clusters as local prices of natural gas hit rooftops.
22 Jul 2020
Local manufacturers, especially those in the Apapa zone, have expressed concerns about challenges that the closure of the Third Mainland Bridge would bring to their operations.
6 May 2020
With the relaxation of lockdown by the Federal Government, the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) has urged members to adhere strictly to the safety protocols
11 Mar 2020
Despite being a major market in the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), local manufacturers have kicked against the exclusion of Nigeria’s priority products from the sensitive and exclusive lists
12 Feb 2020
The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) has announced plans to partner stakeholders in the financial services sector to bring down the cost of funds to manufacturers and Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
29 Jan 2020
Although estimated cumulative manufacturing investment from 2013 to first half of 2019 stood at N4.784trillion based on data generated from the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN), investment...
22 Jan 2020
The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) has stated that the average performance of local raw-materials utilization among operators in the country is due principally to poor access to credit

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